If a teacher allows an undue amount of noise in the classroom, a good learning environment will not be maintained. From LearnThat.org.
An undue loan. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
undue influence. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
A petition against me, for what he called undue means. From Wordnik.com. [Pelham — Complete] Reference
So a vegan lifestyle results in undue economic stress. From Wordnik.com. [Farmers dump [yellow tail] in protest | Dr Vino's wine blog] Reference
Of course we all know that USA does not believe in undue Government regulations and big government to protect its people. From Wordnik.com. [Landrieu won't say if she'll return BP money] Reference
Statements of that kind may express (in undue abbreviation) some element of truth; but they are not true in a fairy-story sense, they are not true in art or literature. From Wordnik.com. [Oriental Myths and Legends by W. W. Gibbings] Reference
Don't do anything to call undue attention to the problems. From Wordnik.com. [Mormon Stories Podcast Archive] Reference
In light of everything, she decided not to call undue attention to herself. From Wordnik.com. [Strangers at the Feast] Reference
We saw people calling undue attention to the fact that his middle name happens to be Hussein. From Wordnik.com. [rabble.ca - News for the rest of us] Reference
The trial illustrates what critics call the undue influence of hardline clerics in Afghanistan. From Wordnik.com. [Jihad Watch] Reference
Of undue influence, -- what purists choose to call undue influence, -- there had of course been plenty. From Wordnik.com. [Ralph the Heir] Reference
And don't tell me that it's because Leyel Forska's presence on Terminus would call undue attention to the project. From Wordnik.com. [Flux Tales of Human Futures]
Not unfrequently, indeed, they were induced, by what we in England should call undue influence, concealment, and fraud. From Wordnik.com. [Erewhon] Reference
This is certainly not a hyperactive presentation, but it serves the film well and doesn't call undue attention to itself. From Wordnik.com. [High-Def Digest: All High-Def Disc News] Reference
Could you go into a bank where you were practically unknown and call undue attention to yourself by admitting you had lost both keys?. From Wordnik.com. [Keeper of the Keys]
Auditors found that prison officials failed to take measures to prevent what is described as undue familiarity between staff and inmates. From Wordnik.com. [LJWorld.com stories: News] Reference
It appears, as I wrote yesterday, that if you are Palestinian you will die for having a big mouth and calling undue attention to yourself. From Wordnik.com. [Israel Palestine Blogs] Reference
His voice can be lulling and whispery, but he uses it here in a way that complements the visuals and doesn't call undue attention to itself. From Wordnik.com. [TV preview of 'Great Migrations' on National Geographic Channel] Reference
Greensburg Junior High's athletic code bans hairstyles that "create problems of health and sanitation, obstruct vision, or call undue attention to the athlete.". From Wordnik.com. [chicagotribune.com - News] Reference
The hand beckoned, and Denubis, puzzled, left his place in line and fumbled awkwardly with the curtain, trying to leave without calling undue attention to himself. From Wordnik.com. [Time of the Twins]
Why bother with that totally unnecessary word "undue". From Wordnik.com. [How can paper ballots violate constitutional rights?] Reference
It has taken our courts about thirty years to come to a rough, uneven, mystic consensus about what "undue" means. From Wordnik.com. [A Conservative View of Civil Liberties] Reference
Chances are if a woman refuses to ask a man for permission chances are that their is some kind of undue burden to begin. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress » Why Krauthammer Doesn’t Get It] Reference
So there were a lot of areas where banks, community banks, were protected from any kind of undue, increased regulatory burden. From Wordnik.com. [Get Briefed: Sheila Bair] Reference
Laney gave the word undue emphasis. From Wordnik.com. [A Gift From Earth]
"I am satisfied the farms will not have an 'undue' adverse effect.". From Wordnik.com. [ScreenTalk] Reference
Second, the agreement must have an "undue" anti-competitive effect. From Wordnik.com. [The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed] Reference
I know my chances of getting my funds back are nil but this kind of undue hardship is not right. From Wordnik.com. Reference
Severstal hopes the appointments will offset the "undue" influence exercised by Endeavour Financial Corp. From Wordnik.com. [TradingMarkets] Reference
Rajapaksa said there was still "undue" pressure being exerted on Sri Lanka by some elements that supported the LTTE. From Wordnik.com. [Daily News & Analysis] Reference
And they propose to bar only "undue" discrimination that causes "meaningful harm to competition or to users" of broadband. From Wordnik.com. [NYT > Home Page] Reference
"undue" restraints of trade which the law forbade and not incidental or inconsiderable ones. From Wordnik.com. [Theodore Roosevelt and His Times] Reference
I hope the prison guards’ unions don’t have some kind of undue social leverage on this issue. From Wordnik.com. [Wonk Room » The WonkLine: March 27, 2009] Reference
He just doesn't want to place an undue burden on corporations. From Wordnik.com. [American Beat: Auditioning a Father and Son] Reference
He adds that the government has placed undue restrictions on her movements. From Wordnik.com. [Cochran Comes To The Rescue] Reference
For one, Americans and Iraqi insurgent groups share a common fear of undue Iranian influence in Iraq. From Wordnik.com. [Exclusive: Direct Talks: U.S. Officials and Iraqi Insurgents] Reference
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