Well, it's endemic to my country.
Sardines are endemic to the lake.
This is a problem endemic to much of wuxia.
At least 40% of the higher plants (flowering and non-flowering are endemic to Jamaica.
The forest is also colored with the famed Sita Flowers which are endemic to this area.
The problems endemic to social housing buildings can rarely be laid at the feet of those who undertake the projects.
You can't ignore that and blame all of the bitter, evil nastiness on a few individuals -- It's endemic to the thing.
The Dlinza pinwheel is endemic to the Dlinza forest in South Africa, which covers an area of less than 250 hectares.
Obesity is endemic in this country.
Stupidity is endemic in No Zeal-and.
Self censorship is endemic in the UK.
Some of the vegetation and Primate sightings one can see remain endemic in this part.
There are realistic pictures of rural Ireland and the poverty endemic in those years.
The same inability to admit the limits of knowledge is endemic in the climate debate.
NEC also observes that corruption is endemic in the sector and immensely contributes to the problems of the sector.
Fear and pessimism are endemic in our society at the moment, and it is easy to be caught up in the prevailing mood.
It is endemic among taxi drivers and courier drivers.
People were tolerant; this is a trait I have found to be endemic among South Koreans.
What about the rest of you? The phenomena that I have identified are endemic among you.
Pellagra is endemic among the poor in countries where unprocessed maize is the dietary staple.
Though corruption is endemic among politicians but insincerity is the most common among many Nigerians.
However going by the array of dribbling cretins I've worked among I can not in all honesty say that these qualities are endemic among alp-workers.
As it happens, we seem getting skillful at tracking our plagiarists, but again, probably precisely because plagiarism has become endemic among us.
In 2008, 109 countries were endemic for malaria and approximately 3.
Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos have been considered endemic for leptospirosis.
Litigation between the sector's biggest players has been endemic for years.
I haven't seen it happen quite as much recently but it was pretty endemic for a while.
Middle Awash is located at 290 km to the east of Addis Ababa and it is endemic for urinary schistosomiasis (Kloos et al.
Places in which malaria was endemic, and had been endemic for a long time, were exactly the places in which sickle cell was highest.
As MediaWise pointed out in evidence to the inquiry, such unethical and illegal behaviour has been endemic for at least as long as the PCC existed.
It's endemic of our generation.
It's endemic of the issues plaguing RTE currently.
It is nothing but endemic of a rising cycle of violence.
Their inability to connect with the populace and realise this is endemic of their detachment from the citizenry.
Malaria Malaria is endemic throughout Africa.
Dengue fever is endemic throughout the tropics and subtropics.
The varroa mite is endemic throughout both feral and cultivated honey-bee colonies.
The fraud is endemic throughout business, Buffet and Gates, the regulators and government.
Compulsion of this nature is endemic throughout the industry both inside the BBC and externally.
One should also list evils, such as torture and looting, which were endemic throughout the Empire.
This belief authorized the abduction of children from dhimmi communties, a scourge which was endemic throughout the dar al-Islam.
Although the disease has been eradicated in most temperate regions, it continues to be endemic throughout much of the tropics and subtropics.
Indeed this weird double- think is endemic within the UN.
Clericalism has once again become endemic within the leadership of the Catholic Church.
That is very different from saying that such crimes are endemic within those ethnicities and cultures.
The organisation was founded to address the lack of resources that is endemic within communities affected by poverty.
Imprisoned between ages 14 to 47, released on Licence in August 2012 Monday, November 19, 2012 Window Warriors Conflict is endemic within prisons.
That's endemic across the whole technology industry.
And I am not singling out Wales here, it is endemic across the NH.
These are what are known as red flag clients, and they are endemic across many industries.
Child sexual exploitation - in numerous different guises - is endemic across the country, they say.
It is endemic across the US in birds and its main vector in spreading to mammals is mosquito bites.
Book smart academics always think they can outsmart the markets and correct the errors caused by the flaws endemic across all humanity.
Some and endemic as well as flora from the tropical world.
Some are rare &; endemic as well as flora from the tropical world.
Slaves came mainly from remote places, and, lacking immunities, died in large numbers from endemic as well as epidemic diseases.
I agree about booing the kickers, it's endemic at Crusader's games which surprised me.
This was not illegal, and there is little evidence to suggest that fraud (while it did occur) was endemic at this or at other levels in the system.
Unfortunately, corruption is so endemic on Wall Street that Goldman Sachs really does not seem out of place.
Wasted data impacts everyone: Wasted data exists and it seems to be endemic on every device on every application on every network.
According to Tim Briercliffe of the HTA, fatalistic-sounding civil servants told him that as the disease was already endemic on the continent it was likely to come to the UK.
The program, known as the Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria (AMFm ), was introduced in seven African countries, covering about a third of the area where malaria is endemic on the continent.
I'd afraid to say it is largely endemic with some of our overseas aid.
That Jasminum sambac is our national flower, but it is not endemic with us.
As of 2004, all districts were endemic with the disease, and prevalence rates reached up to 45%.