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1 Large dams have harmed Siberia's delicate ecological balance.
2 I've never harmed a soul in my life.
3 Her feelings were harmed by his words.
4 Thankfully no one was harmed in the accident.
5 I have never harmed anyone.
6 Were the hostages harmed?
7 The government's reputation has already been harmed by a series of scandals.
8 The oil which discharged into the sea seriously harmed a lot of birds and animals.
9 The doom of all who harmed them was certain.
10 She never harmed anyone when she was alive.
11 He harmed many innocent people -- children,(www.Sentencedict.com) young people.
12 Has it helped or harmed recipients?
13 Other states with federal forests harmed by Opal also have invoked the new salvage-timber law.
14 Over the years this must have harmed his chest, as it had already badly discoloured his teeth.
15 Negative publicity has harmed the group's ability to get things done.
16 The report has harmed the town's reputation as a health spa.
17 Third parties harmed by anti-competitive agreements may bring proceedings for damages.
18 There was a fire in our street, but no one was harmed.
19 I know not what you people think of his kind, but he has never harmed a soul that I know of.
20 Medicines do not come without risks, and patients are harmed by them through no fault of the drug or the prescriber.
21 The most important consideration is that the environment is not harmed.
22 That study found no evidence that foreigners in high-tech fields have lowered the earnings or harmed employment prospects of native-born workers.
23 Britain was concerned that its sovereignty and cultural identity would be harmed by the treaty.
24 He tended there to wounded animals, who had been harmed by the traps and arrows of hunters.
25 By swallowing evil words unsaid, no one has ever harmed his stomach. Winston Churchill
26 The police had realised how serious the incident could be, and managed to find Robert before he was physically harmed.
27 All her feelings had been for Gerry, with the coal-pitted hands, who had never harmed a soul.
28 Last year the Institute of Personnel Management warned companies that reluctance to hire older people was inefficient and harmed competitiveness.
29 We might deplore that, but it shows that the national minimum wage has harmed the most vulnerable people in that society.
30 If someone is able to show me that what I think or do is not right, I will happily change, for I seek the truth, by which no one was ever truly harmed. It is the person who continues in his self-deception and ignorance who is harmed. Marcus Aurelius