Disincentive Sentence Examples
Since war historically has interrupted the flow of consumer goods, and would do so even more in our present interconnected world, preserving our hard-earned possessions provides an additional disincentive to war.
It is yet another major disincentive to war—and we are only six items into our list!
It would also provide a disincentive to employers to provide jobs to refugees who might have their status revoked at any time.
The uncertainty is also likely to prove a disincentive for overseas investors who have played a major role in developing Wales ' manufacturing base.
A bursaries program is intended to reduce financial disincentive to able students.Advertisement
In particular, it builds a powerful disincentive to save.
Associated costs may be a financial disincentive to taking up occupancy of the new premises.
The cost of study is a significant disincentive for students from lower income background.
This audit trail should be a strong disincentive to attempts at fraud.
The guidance overall fails to prove that it does not create a massive disincentive for disabled people to take up employment.Advertisement
In some cases, getting to and from college could take someone up to three hours a day, a major disincentive.
A new top band 'hits ' the most polluting new models only £ 45 harder per year, no real disincentive for 4x4 drivers.
Are the existing standard missives for sublets which provide a right to compensation for a sub-tenant a disincentive to sub-letting?
Some of these are rendered unreadable without the use of a magnifying glass- surely a disincentive.