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  • However, there is a growing body of evidence that these machines can produce undesirable by-products.
  • Closed cars at that time were not only expensive but were considered undesirable by Ford.
  • Nevertheless, German "heroes" were considered undesirable by the occupation government that wanted to promote their own.
  • This was considered undesirable by the PTE, so it entered into negotiations to partly buy them out.
  • Such information was, at least initially, rarely sought in the field and deemed unnecessary and even undesirable by many collectors.
  • The capitalist peace sees capitalism as creating conditions to make war more costly and therefore undesirable by trading states.
  • We have seen how quickly the normal mind can be diverted from the undesirable by a new or stronger emotional stimulus. Cited from Applied Psychology for Nurses, by Mary F. Porter
  • The area was now considered drug ridden and undesirable by most Louisvillians.
  • Bounties have been offered on animals deemed undesirable by particular governments or corporations.
  • Some neighborhoods were considered undesirable by homeowners in the late 1960s and the area's population began decreasing.
  • Thus, religious groups who assert one specific truth to the exclusion of other religious doctrines are considered undesirable by the AoC.
  • Unfortunately, this is because the mangrove is considered to be highly undesirable by most ant species due to the two daily inundations.
  • Traditional healers and witch doctors often play a role in the identification and killing of those deemed undesirable by their families and communities.
  • Image noise is an undesirable by-product of image capture that adds spurious and extraneous information.
  • It is considered monotonous and undesirable by some; others, equally good judges, prefer it decidedly. Cited from A Truthful Woman in Southern California, by Kate Sanborn
  • Its limited use here is undoubtedly due to the fact that when rye is used alone it makes a moist, sticky bread, which is considered undesirable by most persons. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 1
  • The single-seat configuration was considered undesirable by NATO.
  • After the events of the Indian Rebellion of 1857, such intermarriage was considered undesirable by both cultures.
  • He is instrumental in guiding legislation favored by his party through the House, or in resisting those programs of the other party that are considered undesirable by his own party.
  • These black sheep were considered undesirable by shepherds, as black wool is not as commercially viable as white wool.
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