Prejudical

Pre`ju´di`cal


a.1.Of or pertaining to the determination of some matter not previously decided; as, a prejudical inquiry or action at law.
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Indeed, many epidemiological and clinical studies17-21 have confirmed such hypothesis and found that an intermittent solar exposure rather than chronic one was more prejudical etiologic determinant in BCC carcinogenesis.
Repeated consumption of prejudical media and observation of racist behavior might contribute to the development of xenophobic knowledge structures (see Figure 2).
Another consequence of group privilege is prejudical attitudes, discrimination or undeserved negative treatment occurs against members of a minority group (Dovidio & Gaertner, 1986), which can take many forms; from avoidance, exclusion, to outright rejection (Johnson, 2006; Feagin & McKinney, 2003).
It questions whether NMC decision-making is independent of government health department agendas and asserts that the decision could be prejudical toward SCPHNs and their clients.
445 (2005) (finding prejudical error in the admission of uncharged misconduct due in part to the weakness of the government's case).
ONCE THE COURT DETERMINED THAT THE TRIAL JUDGE HAD ABUSED HIS DISCRETION, IT WAS THEN INCUMBENT UPON THE COURT TO ASCERTAIN WHETHER OR NOT THAT ABUSE RESULTED IN PREJUDICAL ERROR TO THE DEFENDANTS.