undesirable effects

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  • Although rare, local application of anaesthetics may also cause serious undesirable effects.
  • However, they usually have a great and often an undesirable effect on the properties of the alloy.
  • Not that his success was having any undesirable effect upon him; his Dutch common sense saved him from any such calamity. Cited from A Dutch Boy Fifty Years After, by Edward Bok
  • Even though their undesirable effects are typically lowered, transformation products may remain problematic.
  • Such material would cause "undesirable effects" if publicly available.
  • That negligence can cause undesirable effects, as ignored error conditions often cause more severe problems later in the program.
  • Beyond the question of physical injury to the eye from a laser pointer, several other undesirable effects are possible.
  • It needs to be injected only when conditions within the engine would otherwise be sufficient to cause detonation or other undesirable effects.
  • Environmental degradation occurs when the world's major resources are exhausted which causes undesirable effects on the environment.
  • Such undesirable effects have led many pesticides to be banned, while regulations have limited and/or reduced the use of others.
  • Great areas have already been denuded, and it is stated that this has had some undesirable effect on the rainfall in certain regions. Cited from Mexico, by Charles Reginald Enock
  • Those who could afford the fare might prefer to cross by ferry but the bridge structure had several undesirable effects on river-traffic.
  • Lift-off is applied in cases where a direct etching of structural material would have undesirable effects on the layer below.
  • Eddy currents can also have undesirable effects, for instance power loss in transformers.
  • Abrasion can be an undesirable effect of exposure to normal use or exposure to the elements.
  • But he thinks that the degree of masculinity should always be carefully observed before undertaking such operations, which in some cases have most undesirable effects. Cited from Taboo and Genetics, by Knight, Peters, and Blanchard
  • Goodwood had shown the undesirable effects of not having supporting infantry with the tanks.
  • A motion compensator is a device that decreases the undesirable effects of the relative motion between two connected objects.
  • While the signal level is large enough to cause interference, or undesirable effects in sensitive circuits, the energy blocked is typically quite small.
  • Loss of significance is an undesirable effect in calculations using floating-point arithmetic.
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