This undermines the autonomy of teachers, regardless of how effective they are.
The Art of Hunger undermines and illuminates our accepted notions about literature and throws an unprecendented light on Auster's own richly allusive writings.
Being prevalent in fundamentalist circles does not help to form sound doctrine, it actually undermines it.
all-out rock assault which never undermines their melodies.
classification of cannabis undermines the credibility of this message particularly among young people.
Corruption also undermines fragile democratic systems, by fueling popular disillusionment with politics.
Any decision to support an institution, particularly in circumstances of underlying insolvency, creates a moral hazard that undermines market discipline.
And the presentation is so naff that it undermines the central aim, which is surely to build trust.
To do so reinforces rather than undermines the professionalism of our client relationship.
Localism maintains the traditional ties of blood and kinship but undermines modern, universalist democratic ideals.
Marketisation undermines co-operation and trust and promotes competition and vested self-interest in their place.
Non-professionals often "diagnose" this disorder, and all of this attention actually only undermines the true disorder and treatment.
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