innocuousness


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innocuousness

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The state or quality of being insipid:
Informal: wishy-washiness.
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In Afghanistan, the most probable outcome is that the ICC will continue to expose its innocuousness and breed cynicism about international justice and the people in charge of it.
EVALUATION OF THE QUALITY AND INNOCUOUSNESS OF RAW CANE SUGAR IN VERACRUZ, MEXICO
Close reading" appears to be a phrase that won out over alternatives because of its innocuousness.
Its vague generality, its seeming innocuousness and the implication that it is simply another alternative in the pantheon of conservative beliefs belie its true nature.
While most Tactical Walls products offer locking devices, their security lies in their innocuousness.
However, the potential adverse effects of these compounds make their innocuousness questioned [5,6].
64) Here Wahrnehmungsvergessenheit sheds its technical innocuousness, disclosing its ethical implications.
Thus, in a case from 1990, were the plaintiff brought scientific evidence on the innocuousness (10) for health of 5 hormones banned by a Directive of the Commission, the CJEU confirmed directly that Directive: "because a precautionary measure cannot be based only on scientific data" (11).
The assessment of the application of probiotic microorganisms in the aquaculture industry gives the department of Norte de Santander a choice to improve the quality and innocuousness of the fish raised in the fish farm stations.
Were it not for the experiments made by dozens of researchers in more than 15 countries, underlining the persistent innocuousness of these substances, we would not be here today presenting them.
It has not been clothed with authority to make a declaration as to the innocuousness of any particular corporation or agreement.
Money is careerism, and careerism is toe-the-line of artistic see-no-evil, hear-no-evil innocuousness.