unsalutary


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unsalutary

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Not sustaining or promoting health:
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Afraid of what negative effects rains would pose to effective waste management in Lagos, and apparently to consolidate the successes achieved by the Cleaner Lagos Initiative (CLI), in waste evacuation across the metropolis in the recent time, PSP operators have suggested a six-point agenda that would help in preventing unsalutary development in the process.
But that country's ability to do so was in large part because of social media's unsalutary influence.
The third objection is that, even if exit rights can make a contribution to legitimacy, they have unsalutary consequences for behavior and incentives within the order or institution.
Instead of laying the foundation for additional wealth accumulation, it often had the unsalutary consequence of doing just the opposite--destroying wealth.
We would like Shakespeare to do all sorts of things for us and to escape untainted from the labour, but it may not be unsalutary to remember--as the volume's focus on theatrical performance unwittingly shows--that Shakespeare was happening in the theaters, not in the streets, and that the real worlds of Communism and Socialism may have more to do with the latter than with the former.
The MSPB should reconsider the enforced leave doctrine and its unsalutary impact on federal managers in the context of dealing with incapacitated employees.