it undesirable

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  • Sir James's long association with the law would make it undesirable. Cited from Secret Adversary, by Agatha Christie
  • The impact is the result of the policy action that make it undesirable.
  • Our system makes it undesirable for us to keep patients longer than necessary -- we do not need that kind of business. Cited from My Life and Work, by Henry Ford
  • It is these side effects that make it undesirable for most patients to take higher amounts of the medicine.
  • Adherence to no particular style is also a style in its own right; some may think it undesirable, others not.
  • He initially studied law after graduation, but found it undesirable and promptly changed his focus to ministry studies.
  • Commercial shooters also find it undesirable due to its small size and coarse fur.
  • I call it undesirable with respect to experiments on the variability of the character. Cited from Species and Varieties, by Hugo DeVries
  • In this last hour of her maiden life she had sought to rid herself of some article of jewelry which she found it undesirable to carry into her new life. Cited from The Filigree Ball, by Anna Katharine Green
  • The Magistrate may give up the summary trial in favour of the regular trial if he finds it undesirable to try the case summarily.
  • Nor is it undesirable that the privacy of headquarters should be respected. Cited from Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War, by G. F. R. Henderson
  • We could have gotten a big reward for him dead or alive, and we had the evidence of his death, but the manner in which we got it made it undesirable. Cited from Cattle Brands, by Andy Adams
  • Due to his father's wealth, Ives did not need to take a job, and his growing interest in British antiquities made it undesirable.
  • These impurities can otherwise make the ice brittle, soft, give it undesirable odors, or change the color and clarity.
  • At the same time, thee conventions of a prudish age make it undesirable that a second bath should be installed in one of the rooms already existing for that purpose. Cited from The Brother of Daphne, by Dornford Yates
  • She had discharged Jean and Justine with considerable presents, thinking it undesirable to keep any longer about her people who knew Vaudrey. Cited from His Excellency the Minister, by Jules Claretie
  • Motion interpolation also adds input lag, which makes it undesirable for interactive activity such as computers and video games.
  • The long-term toxicity and financial expense of HAART makes it undesirable as the standard, long-term treatment for HIV patients.
  • And it is this essential national ideal which makes it undesirable for the national consciousness to dwell too much on the past or to depend too much upon the lessons of experience alone. Cited from The Promise Of American Life, by Herbert David Croly
  • But as the bands of converts grew, the Kureisch found it undesirable to maintain their indifferent attitude. Cited from Mahomet, by Gladys M. Draycott
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