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  • 1harm — harm1 S3 [ha:m US ha:rm] n [U] [: Old English; Origin: hearm] 1.) damage, injury, or trouble caused by someone s actions or by an event ▪ Modern farming methods have done considerable harm to the countryside. ▪ Socks that are too tight can cause… …

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  • 2Harm reduction — is a philosophy of public health, intended to be a progressive alternative to the prohibition of certain potentially dangerous lifestyle choices in society. The central idea of harm reduction is the recognition that some people always have and… …

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  • 3Harm Ottenbros — (born 27 June 1943 in Alkmaar) is a former Dutch road bicycle racer who raced as a professional from 1967 to 1976. Ottenbros is best remembered for capturing the gold medal and rainbow jersey at the 1969 world cycling championship road race in… …

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  • 4Harm Kuipers — (born 22 November 1947 in Norg, Drenthe) is a former speed skater from the Netherlands. NOTOC Kuipers combined his sports careers with being a Medicine student at the University of Groningen. Preferring his studies over speed skating, he did not… …

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  • 5harm a hair on someone's head — harm a hair on (someone s) head to hurt someone. He adores the girl he wouldn t harm a hair on her head. (often negative) If he so much as harms a hair on her head, I won t be responsible for my actions …

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  • 6harm a hair on head — harm a hair on (someone s) head to hurt someone. He adores the girl he wouldn t harm a hair on her head. (often negative) If he so much as harms a hair on her head, I won t be responsible for my actions …

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  • 7Harm's Way (novel) — Infobox Book | name = Harm s Way image caption = author = James Bassett cover artist = Carl Smith country = United States language = English series = genre = War novel publisher = World Publishing Co release date = 1962 media type = Print… …

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  • 8harm — 1 noun (U) 1 damage, injury, or trouble caused by someone s actions or by an event: do harm to: Modern farming methods have done considerable harm to the countryside. | do more harm than good (=cause even more problems rather than improving the… …

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  • 9Harm avoidance — In psychology, harm avoidance (HA) is a personality trait. It is a temperament assessed in the Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI), its revised version (TCI R) and the Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire (TPQ) and is somewhat related… …

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  • 10Self-harm — This article focuses on repetitive self harm, not on severe self harm inflicted during psychosis. For forms of self harm related to body image, sexuality and wartime, see Body modification, Algolagnia and Self inflicted wound respectively. Self… …

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  • 11In Harm's Way — Infobox Film name = In Harm s Way caption = film poster by Saul Bass director = Otto Preminger producer = Otto Preminger writer = James Bassett Wendell Mayes starring = John Wayne Kirk Douglas Patricia Neal Tom Tryon Paula Prentiss Brandon De… …

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  • 12…First Do No Harm — Infobox Film name = ...First Do No Harm director = Jim Abrahams producer = Jim Abrahams writer = Ann Beckett distributor = Walt Disney Video starring = Meryl Streep Fred Ward Seth Adkins Allison Janney Margo Martindale Oni Faida Lampley Leo… …

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  • 13do more harm than good — to be damaging rather than helpful. Giving children too much freedom often does more harm than good. Usage notes: usually said about things that are intended to be helpful but do not have a good result …

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  • 14Medical error — A medical error may be defined as a preventable adverse effect of care, whether or not it is evident or harmful to the patient. This might include an inaccurate or incomplete diagnosis or treatment of a disease, injury, syndrome, behavior,… …

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  • 15Hungary — /hung geuh ree/, n. a republic in central Europe. 9,935,774; 35,926 sq. mi. (93,050 sq. km). Cap.: Budapest. Hungarian, Magyarország. * * * Hungary Introduction Hungary Background: Hungary was part of the polyglot Austro Hungarian Empire, which… …

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  • 16art conservation and restoration — Maintenance and preservation of works of art, their protection from future damage, deterioration, or neglect, and the repair or renovation of works that have deteriorated or been damaged. Research in art history has relied heavily on 20th and… …

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  • 17Medical ethics — is a system of moral principles that apply values and judgments to the practice of medicine. As a scholarly discipline, medical ethics encompasses its practical application in clinical settings as well as work on its history, philosophy, theology …

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  • 18Magic in Bartimaeus — Contents 1 Magicians 1.1 Apprenticeship 1.2 Birth names 1.3 …

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  • 19Malware — Malware, short for malicious software, consists of programming (code, scripts, active content, and other software) designed to disrupt or deny operation, gather information that leads to loss of privacy or exploitation, gain unauthorized access… …

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  • 20POLAND — POLAND, republic in E. Central Europe; the kingdom of Poland and the grand duchy of Lithuania united formally (Poland Lithuania) in 1569. This article is arranged according to the following outline: the early settlements jewish legal status… …

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