environmental[ en-vahy-ruhn-muhnt, -vahy-ern- ]SEE DEFINITION OF environmental
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But in the case of America, the environmental cause was absent.
What's that to do with this response to environmental challenge thing?
But environmental influence is more than a mouth-filling phrase.
These damages from without we class roughly as environmental.
The crabs and worms conceivably are two of the environmental features inhospitable to the rats.
The color pattern changes in the course of development, and the shade of color changes in response to environmental conditions.
Feelings, let us bear in mind, are not spontaneous things uninfluenced by any environmental factors.
In the course of time, however, an important change took place in environmental conditions.
Smith and Howlett have shown that environmental conditions as well as heredity influence this elongation.
Such an attitude favors an easy escape from both the labor of character building and the obligations of environmental salvation.