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Mephibosheth, how prejudicially soever misrepresented, yet rejoiceth that the King is come in Peace to his own house.
He suppressed a tax on cattle, which acted prejudicially on breeding and grazing; and he introduced clover into the grass-lands.
Shell-shock victims are always prejudicially affected by air raids.
THE SHRIEKING PITARTHUR J. REES
"But such a constant change of masters must operate very prejudicially upon the children themselves," said Werner.
In a word, all that could prejudicially affect his nervous system is vigorously excluded from his table.
GODFREY MORGANJULES VERNE
On rounding the tower, however, the wind began to tell prejudicially, and the propeller became deranged.
What could there be behind the scenes likely to operate prejudicially as far as he was concerned?
NEVERMOREROLF BOLDREWOOD
The batswing was not so prejudicially affected by an excess of pressure.
GAS BURNERSOWEN MERRIMAN
The cold and wet weather had operated prejudicially upon him, both mind and body.
THE HOMEFREDRIKA BREMER
I now began to be exceedingly depressed in spirits, and this depression operated prejudicially to my health.

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