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Well, that is very beneficial to the spouse who has a new job in LA, but detrimental to the one who left a job in New York.
Fonda was always willing to speak out even when it might be detrimental to her career.Anne Archer: Women in Hollywood Are Doomed Forever |Nico Hines |August 19, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
The company batted off concerns over rising prices and the detrimental effects on competition and consumer choice.Comcast Coasts Through First Senate Hearing Into $45.2 Billion Merger With Time-Warner Cable |Lloyd Grove |April 9, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
Any draconian shift on climate change policies would be most detrimental to the energy sector Sunbelt states.Forget What the Pundits Tell You, Coastal Cities are Old News - it’s the Sunbelt that’s Booming |Joel Kotkin |March 1, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
New research reveals that proteins in wheat may be detrimental to all humans.
It is detrimental to the voter whose proclivity is thereby determined.Shadow and Light |Mifflin Wistar Gibbs
But it is detrimental to the highest success to undertake anything merely because it is profitable.How to Succeed |Orison Swett Marden
But the conversation generally had not taken those turns which he had thought would be most detrimental to him.The Prime Minister |Anthony Trollope
The one is altogether just and beneficial; the other is unjust and detrimental.Twentieth Century Socialism |Edmond Kelly
Both these privations are detrimental to the planter's work.The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus |American Anti-Slavery Society