nobilis have declined significantly within the last 30 y (Vicente & Moreteau 1991) because of consumption for food or ornaments and collaterally
from trawling and boat anchoring (Galinou-Mitsoudi et al.
5) Second, because holistic defense increases the focus on consequences that collaterally
result from an arrest or conviction, holistic defense can anticipate future events that might lead to a cycle of crime, including both legal and non-legal consequences such as eviction, loss of employment, civil commitment, sex offender registration, and ancillary civil or administrative proceedings.
Either one could have gone off in Aberdeen's face, causing damage not just to the player involved but also, collaterally
, to the team and its ambitions.
assistance in court is often grounds to collaterally
estop a malpractice
Once a child has acquired a repertoire of naming, echoic responses tend to occur collaterally
with a child's listener behavior, either at the overt or the covert level.
In agricultural regions, such as the Mississippi Delta, where the use of pesticides and fertilizers by farmers are common, water run-off into public bodies of water often elicit a profound sense of threat to human health, and collaterally
to birds' and wildlife health.
AMCs' required, comprehensive QC process--which helps prevent attempts to mislead and ensures appraisals delivered to their clients are collaterally
sound--can be of great benefit to appraisers.
However, this mandate could nonetheless collaterally
affect positive change on the existing executive compensation regime.
If you bomb, drone, invade, desecrate and slaughter - collaterally
or otherwise - a people and their lands, they might find ways to return the favour.
The political/policy wrangling between the federal and provincial governments produced a large population of collaterally
Directly or collaterally
, the recent United States' subprime has been identiied as the major cause for the declining values of real assets in many markets (cf.
appeal or collaterally
attack his first conviction, due process also