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1 His good manners predispose people to like him.
2 They take pains to hire people whose personalities predispose them to serve customers well.
3 Parents who smoke predispose children to smoking.
4 Stress can predispose people to heart attacks.
5 There is evidence to suggest that certain factors predispose some individuals to criminal behaviour.
6 Some genetic disorders predispose individuals to the toxic effects of substances found in the workplace or environment.
7 Includes comment on the factors that predispose certain types of household to become mobile.
8 Furthermore,[www.Sentencedict.com] the biological factors which predispose certain individuals towards a depletion of these neurotransmitters have not yet been established.
9 It would also facilitate reflex defecation and predispose to faecal incontinence.
10 Fatigue predispose to colds.
11 This may predispose to an increased risk of intracranial haemorrhage, necrotising enterocolitis, hypoxia and acidosis.
12 And different factors seem to predispose women to problems with alcohol.
13 His modesty and generosity predispose people to like him.
14 His early training predispose him to a life of adventure.
15 CONCLUSIONS: Bladder dysfunction did not predispose patients to recurrent urinary tract infections.
16 No other conditions exist that predispose the product containers to external contamination.
17 Theoretically, hypoxemic episodes during sleep apnea may predispose patients to oxidative stress.
18 Nevertheless, we propose that the increased concentration of bile acids and increased daily excretion may predispose to the development of polyps.
19 From these it is possible to glean strong indications of the kinds of educational records that will predispose candidates to perform well.
20 A diet too high in refined sugar and fat will predispose to either obesity or shortage of nutrients, including minerals.
21 It has been suggested that emergency colectomy and postoperative sepsis may predispose to the development of pouchitis.
22 It was postulated that prior infection with adenovirus 12 might predispose genetically susceptible individuals to the later development of coeliac disease.
23 Birth control pills may cause or aggravate vascular headaches as well as predispose the patient to cerebral venous or arterial occlusions.
24 The latter is thought to cause a reduction in blood flow and may predispose to perforation.
25 Still, he says the evidence is accumulating that some people's brains predispose them toward violence and that psychopathic tendencies may be passed down from one generation to another.
26 But above all, effective prevention addresses the structural faults that predispose a society to conflict.
27 Medical conditions associated with onychocryptosis include diabetes, obesity, as well as thyroid, cardiac, and kidney diseases that may predispose to lower extremity edema.
28 Although proximal stress shielding does not adversely affect early clinical results, the combination of bone remodeling and subsequent osteolysis can predispose to trochanteric fracture.
29 It has been theorized that a prenatal hormonal imbalance may predispose individuals to the disorder.
30 "That's when we made the serendipitous discovery that there is a danger zone for the cells exposed to antioxidants to develop genetic abnormalities that predispose to cancer, " he said.
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