injurious to, for or in?

Prepositions after "injurious"

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In 96% of cases injurious to is used

Smoking is injurious to health.

This is very injurious to the ego.

And smoking is injurious to health.

Since forming this habit is injurious to health, it is better not to begin smoking.

The law only has the right to prohibit those actions which are injurious to society.

The book's unrestricted availability is unlikely to be injurious to the public good.

As pointed out earlier long and continued use of this polished rice can be injurious to the health of Sri Lankans.

When Z speaks, they will offortlessly speak things injurious to others in a highly untactful and glazed over manner.

Law to regulate food labeling The Food Safety Act 1990 makes it an offence to sell food that is injurious to health.

In 2% of cases injurious for is used

Likewise, poverty, joblessness, powerlessness and economic insecurity are injurious for human health.

Rate this: +6 -4 Shijoy said: (Tue, Jul 17, 2012 11:55:39 AM) Smoking should be stopped as it is injurious for health.

It must be twice as injurious for them to be able to solicit such little sympathy from the rest of us for their plight.

The last ghatis of Aslesha, Jyeshta, Moola, Revati and Aswini and the first four ghatis of Makha should be avoided as injurious for good work.

CST is imposed on local manufacturers and is particularly injurious for electronics manufacturers because the manufacturing value chain is long and it adds up at each stage.

In 1% of cases injurious in is used

However delay is particularly injurious in domestic violence cases.

The system will support a certain amount of incestuous circulation, andagain, when done between private agencies with their own sense of risk and reward, this is not injurious in itself.