HARM


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HARM

[¦āch¦ā¦är′em or härm]
(engineering)
high-aspect-ratio micromachining.
References in classic literature ?
There are few uglier traits of human nature than this tendency -- which I now witnessed in men no worse than their neighbours -- to grow cruel, merely because they possessed the power of inflicting harm.
Oh, it ain't any harm, but it just vexes me to see him act so.
Then give me back my lonely farm Where none alive did wish me harm Dear home of youth!
He says a little girl like me could not do any harm and I may do what I like--anywhere
If I hated him, he would long ago have ceased doing harm.
And now, because he was afraid that their stepmother might not treat them well and might do them harm, he put them in a lonely castle that stood in the middle of a wood.
Brightly they bloomed and danced in the soft light, and the Frost-Spirits tried in vain to harm them, for when they came beneath the bright clouds their power to do evil left them.
You say, my darling, that I am kind and good, that I could not harm my fellow-men, that I have power to comprehend the goodness of God (as expressed in nature's handiwork), and so on.
it does no harm, and it only keeps a man by the heels for the small matter of two glasses”
It was but three days; and being only a grandmother, and all happening two hundred miles off, I think there would have been no great harm, and it was suggested, I know; but Lord Ravenshaw, who I suppose is one of the most correct men in England, would not hear of it.
When the light was extinguished, She covered me warm, And she prayed to the angels To keep me from harm -- To the queen of the angels To shield me from harm.
We dare not harm this little girl," he said to them, "for she is protected by the Power of Good, and that is greater than the Power of Evil.