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Physical injury, esp. that which is deliberately inflicted,
  1. Physically injure
    • - the villains didn't harm him
  2. Damage the health of
    • - smoking when pregnant can harm your baby
  3. Have an adverse effect on
    • - this could harm his Olympic prospects
  1. Physical injury, esp. that which is deliberately inflicted
    • - it's fine as long as no one is inflicting harm on anyone else
  2. Material damage
    • - it's unlikely to do much harm to the engine
  3. Actual or potential ill effect or danger
    • - I can't see any harm in it

  1. cause or do harm to; "These pills won't harm your system"
  2. injury: any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
  3. damage: the occurrence of a change for the worse
  4. damage: the act of damaging something or someone
  5. '''''' (ﺥ, transliterated as (DIN-31635), (ISO 233), "kh" or "x") is one of the six letters the Arabic alphabet added to the twenty-two inherited from the Phoenician alphabet (the others being). It represents the voiceless velar fricative . ...
  6. Harm is a fictional supervillain in the DC Comics universe. He first appeared in Young Justice #4 (January 1999).
  7. (Harms (policy debate)) Harms are a stock issue in policy debate which refer to problems inherent in the status quo. ...
  8. Injury; hurt; damage; detriment; misfortune; That which causes injury, damage, or loss; To cause injury to another; to hurt; to cause damage to something
  9. (HARMED) the state of having physical or mental damage. Having had pain or loss or suffering inflicted.
  10. (harmed) hurt, injured, damaged
  11. (Harms) Adverse other effects brought about by an intervention.
  12. bealo, n.; frecennis; hearm
  13. Anything that has a negative effect on participants’ welfare, broadly construed. The nature of the harm may be social, behavioural, psychological, physical or economic. See “Welfare.”
  14. Harm is to damage, injure or impair Information Technology  (IT) systems using electronic methods.
  15. When some content both has no discernible and unique benefit to the advancement of knowledge, and has significant potential to harm the health or moral character of individuals, of human society at large, or of the environment, it may be excluded.
  16. A form of "take" under the federal ESA, defined in federal regulations. Such acts may include significant habitat modification or degradation where it actually kills or injures wildlife by significantly impairing essential behavioral patterns, including breeding, feeding or sheltering.
  17. Harm to a child, is any detrimental effect of a significant nature on the child's physical, psychological or emotional wellbeing. It is immaterial how the harm is caused.
  18. Negative effect that has occurred to a resident (patient), infringement of a 'resident's (patient's) rights, or compromising of a 'resident's (patient's) ability to meet their highest practicable level of physical, mental, or psychosocial well being.
  19. High Speed Antiradiation Missile, AGM 88.
  20. harmonics from the injected signal; heparin assay rapid method
  21. That which adversely affects the interests or welfare of an individual. This may be physical harm, discomfort, anxiety, pain, and psychological disturbance or social disadvantage.
  22. Synonymous with detrimental consequence or impact.
  23. the client or plaintiff must demonstrate some type of harm or injury (physical, financial or emotional) as a result of the breach of duty owed the client. The plaintiff will be asked to document physical injury, medical costs, loss of wages, "pain and suffering," and any other damages
  24. High Aspect Ratio MEMS. MEMS manufacturing techniques including surface micromachining.
  25. means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development, including for example impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another;