much less effective

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  • He considered her much less effective here than in her box. ...
  • When he resumed the siege, it was much less effective without his guns. ...
  • It does best in warm areas and tends to be much less effective in areas that get cold. ...
  • Because of its rather short persistence, this chemical turned out to be much less effective than commonly believed. ...
  • Thus, the security model is much less effective than the one in Windows NT. ...
  • "It will help weaken the organization and make it much less effective." ...
  • At any rate the direct influence of the crown was much less effective than it would have been had the colony been within easy reach. ...
  • The injured Tittle was much less effective for the rest of the game. ...
  • After returning to the squad in February 1972 he was much less effective and lost his first team spot. ...
  • Miniaturization is much less effective when applied to Colony Ships, compared to other types of ships. ...
  • Thus bunny hopping can still be seen in those games, but it is much less effective and therefore, less common. ...
  • Therefore the effects these bonuses would make card counting much less effective than Blackjack. ...
  • They will trap some particles but are much less effective than respirators, which are designed for this purpose. ...
  • However able the matter, the reading, in my judgment, is much less effective than the spontaneous expression of the speaker. ...
  • Thus they would have been much less effective heat regulators, one of the postulated functions of plates. ...
  • Fire can make the soil much less effective or get rid of the insects that are beneficial to the plants. ...
  • The British troops found the experience of facing machine-gun fire demoralising and the British machine-guns had been much less effective. ...
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