This is not all the danger, for there is yet more to be apprehended from the unwholesomeness
of the air, and the vapours which arise from the scorched earth at the fall of the first showers, than from the torrents and rivers.
Gagging, you would rub at it vigorously, secretly dreading that you were actually making your hands worse, possibly to a level of unsanitary unwholesomeness
only found in the blokes who sold hot dogs outside the match or, even worse, the dreaded KRABSTEEKS!
"Criteria for Judging the Unwholesomeness
of Actions in the Texts of Theravada Buddhism." Journal of Buddhist Ethics 2 (1995).
Perry is not only the purveyor of tidings and news, but his "opinion" is shared on all subjects, from the unwholesomeness
of wedding cake to the dubious value of sea bathing.
The physiological and psychological effects of obesity can generate augmented unwholesomeness
and death rate, and reduced quality of life.
Gender features have ramifications concerning the manner stressors are handled, and eventually unwholesomeness
. Gender features are associated with the assessments of stressors (as menaces or difficult tasks), which have a relevant function in health.
Of course I knew about toxicity in meat, the unwholesomeness
of large-scale factory farming, the deforestation of the rainforests to make grazing land for hamburgers.
On the one hand, it refers to "morbido" and "morbidez," which denote unwholesomeness
, diseased, corrupted, or proportion of sickness.
(40) The unwholesomeness
of the food is further emphasised: Trimalchio's banquet leaves his guests feeling '...
As actor Robert Urich once said, "A healthy outside starts from the inside." If malnutrition or unwholesomeness
occurs in any part of the body it could primarily be due to a dietary disorder.
We want our homegrown food to be even better than government inspected store-bought products, and since we're not trained inspectors, that means condemning anything with even a hint of unwholesomeness
. It simply goes with the territory.--Jd Belanger, Editor Emeritus
(15) This view of the unwholesomeness
of music extends to criticism of music used in theatrical performances.