Prepositions after "prejudicial"
prejudicial to, against, in, for or towards?
|In 93% of cases prejudicial to is used|
|That would be prejudicial to us.|
|The LLP is prejudicial to national interests; d.|
|Presumption is considered prejudicial to a fair trial.|
|The use of the word ' bombing ' is highly emotive and prejudicial to the cyclist.|
|The prosecution says Seretse's act was prejudicial to the rights and interests of BTC.|
|The impression given is totally biased and prejudicial to the reputation of our country.|
|Passage is innocent so long as it is not prejudicial to the peace, good order or security of the coastal State.|
|Finally, Ms Delichte maintained the conference call format was prejudicial to her ability to present the facts.|
|Making that assessment and voicing my disdain for the Tea Party and its arguments is prejudicial to the Tea Party.|
|But for some to be all ' preachy ' about it, is really quite condescending and in some cases prejudicial to others.|
|In 2% of cases prejudicial against is used|
|Which is massively prejudicial against women, actually.|
|The whole language used to talk about the case has been grossly prejudicial against the women.|
|Not only is he prejudicial against Chinese swimmers, but also against female swimmers in general.|
|But Justice Huq assured them saying that the court would not allow anything that be prejudicial against the defence.|
|Besides that it's wildly prejudicial against part-time and distance learners who have their social and volunteering lives ourside university circles.|
|At no time is a marriage discriminatory or prejudicial against same sex couples because marriage must be defined as a union between a man and a woman.|
|However as provided by section 52 of the Evidence Decree, 1975 (NRCD 323) the court should exclude evidence, however relevant if it was prejudicial against an accused.|
|He does not have the narrowness in mental outlook in describing the people of Beddegama in contrast to Robert Knox who was markedly prejudicial against Sinhala people.|
|In 2% of cases prejudicial in is used|
|However, picking and choosing who to crucify and who to ignore makes you just as prejudicial in my book as the hate monger spewing what Mr.|
|The Quran clearly prohibits racial discrimination and the words of the prophet Mohammed () prohibits all type of discrimination or being prejudicial in Islam.|
|In 1% of cases prejudicial for is used|
|He also affirmed that the sector suffers under the stigma of being prejudicial for the environment in spite of the fact that.|
|In 1% of cases prejudicial towards is used|
|I agree with you that many times the police is prejudicial towards minorities and that racism will stay with us for a long time to come.|
|Humans are warlike and prejudicial towards the dwindling older races, and also fight among themselves in a baroque, multi-factional struggle over land and power.|
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