Sentences with phrase «to render something useless»

Raw egg advocates will argue that the biotin that's naturally available in the egg's yolk will make up for the deficiency, but they are missing the point: the avidin in the egg white has already bound with the biotin in the yolk, rendering it useless to the body.
HEALTH & FITNESS
It is totally unenforceable, which renders it useless, and is another attempt by politicians to place a «legal fix» upon what is really just an economic fact of life brought on by changing times, NAFTA, and the ability of farmers in other countries to grow New Mexican varieties to meet the demand here.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Who would have guessed that the Assembly, acting on behalf of the teachers unions, would want to destroy the cap by adding exemptions to it that would render it useless..
POLITICS
Antibiotic use is a big issue as the more we use, the more likely bugs are to grow resistant, rendering them useless.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Raw honey has not been pasteurized (heated) which kills off the active enzymes, basically rendering it useless.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
When foods are cooked, many of the minerals are destroyed, or altered, rendering them useless.
HEALTH & FITNESS
All of our nice things are off the lower shelves and I'm currently using tension curtain rods to thwart book-throwing tendencies... though he's getting strong enough and smart enough that he's about to render them useless and force me to remove the books entirely.
PARENTING
Hands down, the best way to prevent other parties from reading your text messages on Android is an app called TextSecure, which encrypts the messages and renders them useless to anyone who doesn't have your unique decryption key.
TECHNOLOGY
When patenting an invention, making the scope of patent claims too broad would increase the risk of invalidity, while making the scope of claims too narrow may render it useless.
LAW
Professor says only.1 % [yes 1/10th of 1 %] of «scientific papers» use the scientific method rendering them useless for real science.
ENVIRONMENT
It used to be convenient to use the 100 list to select books, now every other listing is a magazine rendering it useless for finding books.
BOOKS
It is unclear what it says because it has not been released, supposedly because it reveals classified information about sources and methods that the FBI uses that might put those sources in danger or at least render them useless.
POLITICS
If anything these players have contributed to our problems by being injured for most of the season rendering them useless.
SPORTS
I was only keeping AMEX for emergency use, but only allowing a $ 200 balance on the card renders it useless to me and I'd rather pay cash now.
MONEY
As to milk binding the antioxidants and rendering them useless, I wouldn't worry.
HEALTH & FITNESS
For this reason, Trump getting rid of the mortgage-interest deduction would effectively be the more populist position in comparison to the April «backdoor» version that protects it politically while rendering it useless to most people.
BUSINESS
Notably, most of these bulbs can not be dimmed via a hardwired wall switch (it messes with the power going to the radio, rendering them useless).
TECHNOLOGY
A premiere factor in your reasoning with the inability to frown and potentially render them useless upon engaging in each others company...
DATING
Need more evidence that the Bixby button is here to stay, and even with the software option to render it useless, won't be removed from Sams...
TECHNOLOGY
DO NOT ADD CHLORINE BLEACH... this will eat away at your diaper's fibers and render them useless for absorption, plus, they will start developing «holes» and «tears.»
PARENTING
The finding, published in today's issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, boosts fears that some insects could quickly develop resistance to these pesticides, bacterial proteins known as Bt toxins, and render them useless.
SCIENCE
Just like the peptides I've written about in the past, this means that it must be injected, because otherwise IGF-1 simply degrades in the gut, rendering it useless.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Making algorithms wait half a second would stop them from reacting to breaking financial news and render them useless.
SCIENCE
2Pe 1:8 For if these qualities are yours and are increasing, they render you neither useless nor unfruitful in the true knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
RELIGION
Your KeepKey is PIN-protected, which renders it useless even if it falls into the wrong hands.
TECHNOLOGY
I'm just not very amazed by the inconsistencies either and I don't think it necessarily renders them useless or illogical.
RELIGION
In Goodreads defense, they do have to charge something, especially for the ebook program — if the service was free, the program would be inundated with thousands of books overnight, rendering it useless.
BOOKS
The piece he contributed uses metal hardware to simultaneously puncture and decorate it, rendering it useless.
ART
Although I haven't had any problems with it, the fact that the controller works with this ball alone makes me worry how easy it is to break the ball off the top of the controller, which would render it useless.
GAMING
People suffering from chronic pain can spend a lot of time thinking about it — projecting that it will render them useless and worthless, tear apart their family, or cost them their job.
HEALTH & FITNESS
* Invisible and electric fences also are risky, since power interruptions render them useless.
PETS
Can't even be certain that marketplace/hardware shifts won't render it useless down the line.
BOOKS
We are deeply concerned that the Investment Company Institute (ICI) Letter lays out a set of changes to the Proposed Rule which wold effectively negate the derivatives exposure limits in the rule and render them useless as a tool for controlling speculative leverage at registered funds, as is required by the 1940 Act.
BUSINESS
yes but that downforce is going to be generated at such a high speed to render it useless anywhere other than on a large track.
AUTOMOBILES
The bacteria that are immune to penicillins like amoxicillin and ampicillin release enzymes called beta-lactamases that shred the antibiotics, rendering them useless.
SCIENCE
textbook study in co-opting a resistance movement and effectively rendering it useless.
SPORTS
As a result, Bitcoin had higher average transaction fees and longer confirmation times than your typical bank wire transfer, essentially rendering it useless as a currency for most users and merchants.
TECHNOLOGY
But, before leaving, the pair engaged in a final act of revenge and burned down their beautiful log cabin, rendering it useless for the remaining Edenites.
RELIGION
Though we've only spent roughly two weeks with the Ionic, there doesn't appear to be any sort of significant wear and tear capable of rendering it useless.
TECHNOLOGY
More recent explorations of the absurdist nature of the movement are found in Kate Glimore's video, Sudden as a Massacre, in which a group of women dressed in heels and floral print dresses strenuously pull apart a large block of wet clay, hurling handfuls of it at the surrounding environment, and in Iran do Espírito Santo's Street Pole, a life-size recreation of a common street lamp, made of solid granite, rendering it useless for its original purpose.
ART
The most important aspect of eHarmony, rendering it useless, is the fact that they send you matches who haven't used eH for months and years.
DATING
Ppl buying this mobile even at 5k will cry pretty soon battery will likely be over rated most micromax batteries like all batteries of so called Indian manufacturers are over marked but are of less capacity Also because of use of cheap components by Micromax in order to keep costs down will fail in 1 year rendering it useless.
TECHNOLOGY
Not only that, but it does not recline which essentially renders it useless as you need somewhere your baby can comfortably sleep - even after 6 months.
PARENTING
The biodegradable plastic can ruin a batch of recycled plastic, rendering it useless, and it all has to go to landfill.»
ENVIRONMENT
This salt is «alive», as opposed to conventional table salt which has been cooked at very high temperatures, killing and eliminating everything in it and rendering it useless.
HEALTH & FITNESS
What's cool about the baobab fruit is that it comes off the tree dry and ready to powder and the other ingredients are all real fruits that are easily dehydrated and powdered for use so there isn't a whole lot of processing that goes into these drink mixes, which is great because nutrients like these can be finicky in the body and too much processing can render them useless.
HEALTH & FITNESS
While we wouldn't have any problems scooping it up on the sofa to browse the web, the bulk and lack of connectivity render it useless for packing into a briefcase and taking into a business meeting.
BOOKS
Another, butanal, prevented the CO2 sensors from working, while 2,3-butanedione functioned as a blinder, flooding mosquitoes» sensors with signals, thereby rendering them useless.
SCIENCE
The India Times reported in July that Compassion was one of three non-governmental organizations added to the watch list, prohibiting them from receiving money in India, effectively rendering them useless.
RELIGION
The stitching came a part the third day, in one of the compartments (the bigger one that fits a passport) rendering it useless.
TRAVEL
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