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- Physiological laws can explain the harmful and pernicious effects of deep breathing.
- He's correct that the right of jury nullification trumps any worries about the possible pernicious effects of the drug.
- Yet this fear of the pernicious effects of property rights did not last for long.
- Just putting some healthier options on the menu doesn't counteract the more pernicious effect a large global corporation has.
- I pretend to teach young people about the pernicious effects of a total surveillance state.
- Equally problematic is the pernicious effect of bad design on the environment.
- Trying to keep out the pernicious effects of popular culture is a losing battle.
- Instrumental rationality has had a particularly pernicious effect on the environment.
- Yet some faculty perceive the pernicious effects of these forms and want to end them.
- It also stands for the complete victory of the Buddhist Doctrine over all harmful and pernicious forces.
- At its most extreme whole economies are destroyed by its pernicious influence.
- Instead, they say, it is a pernicious and widespread cancer infecting the media and political classes across Europe.
- The trouble is that fear is almost as pernicious as perceived danger.
- The register will make an important contribution to tackling this pernicious evil.
- At the same time, the pernicious influence of new urban cultural patterns could share some of the blame for rural degeneration.
- What worries me are the pernicious influences on athletes like him.
- Over the past few months and years, some pernicious myths have started to become a little too popular.
- This new form of protectionism has an added pernicious quality.
- Outside of the identity principle, however, the correlation is both pernicious and ethically dubious.
- In fact, it can actually be pernicious because it covers up a reality.
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