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HARM

[¦āch¦ā¦är′em or härm]
(engineering)
high-aspect-ratio micromachining.
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The fear of Galazi the Wolf was that they should find this pass held, for though they had harmed none in the kraals as they went, and taken only enough cattle to feed themselves, yet he knew well that messengers had sped by day and night to warn the people of the Halakazi.
You shall not drive spear into the back of a runaway--drive it, should heaven so grant you power, drive it into me as I make straight towards you; and now for your own part avoid my spear if you can--would that you might receive the whole of it into your body; if you were once dead the Trojans would find the war an easier matter, for it is you who have harmed them most.
The other birds, seeing he was not harmed by me, came to eat the corn too, so in a short time there was a great flock of them about me.
Thereupon he went away, and when he returned next day she had not done it, and said: 'Why should I shed the blood of an innocent boy who has never harmed anyone?
Finding that it harmed him not, Kerchak began to examine it closely.
My enemy must indeed have been very cruel, or hard beset by necessity, to assassinate those two innocent people, my sole support; for the worthy gentleman and the poor nurse had never harmed a living being.
Yet in all this time neither had harmed the other nor caused his blood to flow.
The Hammer-Heads were called the "Wild People," but never harmed any but those who disturbed them in the mountains where they lived.
Not for all Pellucidar would I have harmed Dian the Beautiful by word, or look, or act of mine.
You have not harmed me, and anyway you are already dying.
I should not have harmed you had you not set upon me.
Look," said Ghek, then, "I have given your jeddak his life, nor have I harmed one of those whom I might easily have slain when they were in my power.