Discouraging [adjective]

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This week, the US Centers for Disease Control began discouraging Americans from traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday next Thursday.

No longer afraid of retaliation, app developers join forces to criticize Apple Apple fees are high enough to discourage other revenue models for most mobile apps, according to companies that operate on Apple’s App Store.

It’s hard for me to discourage upgrading for the other two titles, especially since they’re two of my favorite games of all time.

Such algorithms can be harmful, however, if they prevent or in some way discourage people from seeing new or different types of information.

However, when these images are released into the public, Seifullah says, such disclosures can especially discourage women from running for office or seeking other high-profile positions.

However, the floral industry and reality dating shows have indeed discouraged anyone from giving red roses to those who are not viable romantic interests.

The rule change is timed to make Thanksgiving travel easier, even though Bowser late last month strongly discouraged visiting family or hosting out-of-town relatives for the holiday.

Astra on Thursday reported third-quarter profit that fell short of analysts’ estimates as the pandemic inflated costs and discouraged some doctors’ visits and diagnoses.

The potential for extended uncertainty feeds concerns ranging from the prospect of voters’ being discouraged from going to their polling places to the possibility of violence.

While the agency set up a portal for nonfilers in April — built by the tax software company Intuit — its glitches often discouraged users.