"Positive individual income shocks produce changes in lifestyles which may well be prejudicial to health," the report reads.
Every important perspective on this issue is opposed to justice being hobbled by “unwritten laws” of prejudicial entitlement.
That assertion, given by Shore in a pre-trial deposition, would have been too prejudicial to present to the jury, the court ruled.
The political circumstances of Italy had exerted the most prejudicial effect on the Church.
Holland, besides, told me that any excitement would be prejudicial.
More lately, the revolution in 1772, and the loss of Finland, have been prejudicial to Sweden.
But I should not like to involve you in a dispute which might be prejudicial to your interests.
It may be prejudicial to the great end; it may be auxiliary.
What was Christian and what was prejudicial was, fortunately for him, left undefined.
It should be added, however, that he does not think lead so prejudicial to colours as some have thought it to be.