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HARM

[¦āch¦ā¦är′em or härm]
(engineering)
high-aspect-ratio micromachining.
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The researchers concluded the study by stating that "secondhand effects of alcohol in the United States are substantial and affected by socio demographics, the harmed individual's own drinking, and the presence of a heavy drinker in the household.
Researchers found that 21% of women and 23% of men were harmed by someone else's drinking in the past year.
It is an affront to one's moral integrity to be harmed to minimize harm overall via certain causal routes; it is also an affront to be harmed to minimize harm overall when harm overall could be minimized without treading upon one's rights.
Cohen says, "Individuals can certainly be harmed by having their autonomy wrongly set back, but they can also be harmed by having their interest in conforming to a group--that is, an interest in being non-autonomous--wrongly set back" (p.
Betty and I talked a little about restorative justice, noticing that if asked, we know how we feel when we are harmed and what we need to repair it.
The HSCIC said it recorded a 12% rise in the number of people aged 55 to 59 who self harmed - with 4,250 people in the age group being admitted.
If the sexually explicit materials or practices interfered with a citizen's liberty, harmed participants, or resulted in perceived attitudinal changes to the viewer or consumer they would be obscene or indecent because they interfere with the proper functioning of society that is regulated through the Constitution.
First, it is necessary to distinguish explicitly between proportionality in harms to people who are potentially liable to be harmed and proportionality in harms to people who are entirely innocent--that is, not liable to be harmed.
This maxim excludes trivial harms from legal protection, as legal interference with trivia may result in more harm than it prevents, not only to the person who has been harmed, but even to his/her victim as well.
A 'SIGNIFICANT GAP' exists between the number of patients actually harmed in NHS hospitals and the figure reported by trusts, a watchdog says.
* ninety-six of 568 (16.9%) youth indicated that they had ever harmed themselves;
consenters are harmed in such cases, they are not wronged because they