Definition of Unconducive
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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History (2003)
by Joel Mokyr
The Muslim state was also autocratic, untrammeled by any rule of law, and exhibited an arbitrariness and unpredictability unconducive to rational economic activity. Yet law was important in Islamic society. Its formulation was in the hands of ...
Encyclopaedia Of Economic Development (2005)
by P. K. Jalan
Unconducive export, import and taxation policy. • Abuse and exploitation by government machinery — pressure to sell products at the cost price. • High cost of publicity and propaganda. • Availability of unauthorized and duplicate products in ...
Encyclopedia of Literary Modernism (2003)
by PAUL POPLAWSKI
Refugees found Hollywood unconducive to individual creativity, although German directors relegated to 'B' pictures enjoyed relative non-interference and revived expressionist style and modernist themes of urban paranoia in film noir thrillers ...
A Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms... (1898)
With an Appendix Embracing a Dictionary of Briticisms, Americanisms, Colloquial Phrases, Etc. ... by Bp. Samuel Fallows
Unassisting, unconducive, un- promotive, redundant, superfluous, obstructive, retar dative. irrelevant, cumbersome. Avail. v.
Routledge Encyclopaedia of Language Teaching and Learning (2000)
by Michael Byram
Without the feedback the frustration can deepen, and this may serve as a block to development as well as creating an atmosphere unconducive for learning. There is little place in CLL for a conventional SYLLABUS, since what takes place ...
The people's dictionary of the Bible [by J.R. Beard]. (1862)
by John Relly Beard
The objectors would have effected something of a nature to trouble the friends of revealed religion had they proved that these writings were uncongenial with the Mosaic system, unconducive to the good of the Hebrews, unsuitable for the ...
Encyclopedia of Human Rights (2009)
by David P. Forsythe
Even early modern Europe, when viewed without the benefit of hindsight, seemed a particularly unconducive cultural milieu for human rights. No widely endorsed reading of Christian scriptures supported the idea of a broad set of equal and ...
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Scrabble value of U1N1C3O1N1D2U1C3I1V4E1
The value of this 11-letter word is 19 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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