How to use Living-conditions in a sentence

living-conditions
  • The Council also finds that the exhibition of captive cetaceans leads to distress living conditions for these animals.

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  • Albright said she thought concerns could be addressed by releasing a videotape of the prisoners that showed their living conditions.

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  • Crowded living conditions and poor hygiene encourage the spread of poliovirus.

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  • Actually living conditions are very substandard in the Occupied Territories.

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  • We have not only outlawed cruelty to animals, but increasingly, people care about the living conditions of even the animals they eat.

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  • Anyone you choose to buy your bird from, always check the environment and living conditions they are kept in.

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  • Moisture in the air can cause damage to a property by condensing against windows and walls, forming mold and causing wood to rot; it can generally form unpleasant living conditions.

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  • A cat rescue is an organization that literally rescues unwanted animals from shelters and other poor living conditions.

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  • Poor living conditions and overcrowding lead to chronic stress and a decrease in quality of life.

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  • It's probably more fun to play with the kittens at the local humane society, but spending an hour stamping envelopes will help the facility gain donations that will improve the living conditions of those kittens.

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  • For example, ocean-based jobs include restricted living conditions such as shared sleeping and eating quarters.

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  • Puppy mills refer to businesses that over-bred a large quantity of dogs on a regular basis, often in poor living conditions with a lack of attention to care.

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  • Those who remain on the streets have few options that would provide them with decent living conditions.

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  • When it comes to this type of position, working conditions and living conditions are one and the same.

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  • These holes often produce a yellowish mucous, and it's often the result of poor living conditions and water quality.

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  • In contrast to the harsh living conditions in France after the war, his dresses brought opulent rounded attire to the women who could afford them.

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  • Not only are their means for sterilization almost non-existent, the morale and caution for health is normally compromised under the already "rough" living conditions of prison life.

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  • Due to impoverished living conditions and the lack of brass works technology, most clocks of the 1700s and early 1800s featured wooden clockworks and very few alarms.

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  • Did those questions include family history, medical issues, psychological problems, environmental issues, genetic screening, auditory and speech screening, neurological consultations, verbal and physical skills, and living conditions?

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  • It is not always easy to locate individuals who are experiencing fuel poverty because of their cold, damp living conditions.

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  • A not insignificant side-effect of the heat loss is that living conditions of northern Europe become endurable.

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  • We have seen the poor living conditions in which many children exist, and we know how much better their life would be with a loving and caring family.

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  • In setting the amount, the court will consider the spouses' living conditions during the marriage, ages, mental and physical capacity at the time of the divorce and their future earning capacity.

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