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1. You do not go out to injure opponents.
2. This incident could seriously injure the company's reputation.
3. This could seriously injure the company's reputation.
4. It is not lawful to kill or injure a pet animal.
5. Incompetent doctors could seriously injure their unknowing patients.
6. To spare the guilty is to injure the innocent. PUBLILIUS SYRUS
7. An overwhelming desire to injure the plaintiff rather than to inform the public would have to be proved.
8. Skiers and snowboarders injure themselves at a rate of 2. 5 people per 1, 000, he said.
9. It was not my intent or purpose to injure her.
10. Officials fear glass bottles could break and injure visitors or, after the show, damage aircraft.
11. Small breeds like Dachshunds are liable to injure their backs, sometimes seriously, as a result.
12. Yet increased defence spending could only injure Britain's economic recovery.
12. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and build good sentences.
13. But the quake was powerful enough to injure more than 250 people in Seattle Olympia, the state capital.
14. Many elderly people injure themselves in their own homes, for example by slipping in the bath.
15. Contuse . To injure without breaking the skin; bruise.
16. Cany sofa uses common scour scrub, can injure cane.
17. I can say, with absolute truthfulness, that I did not injure her.
18. It can be no light matter for the Home Office that so many young prisoners should have wanted to kill or injure themselves.
19. Any treatment strong enough to kill Argulus will usually injure the host.
20. It's one of the most evil weapons that he's seen and could only kill or seriously injure.
21. They know that we send them straight to the cells at An Dap now, nomatterhow badly they injure themselves.
22. To hold otherwise would leave municipalities the helpless victims of all those who choose to publish untrue imputations which injure their reputations.
23. Factory-farming makes pollution, excessive meat-eating upsets the ecological balance, trapping and hunting can injure habitat, and so on.
24. Employees are themselves under a duty to take reasonable care not to injure others in the course of their work.
25. In conversation we use the word to mean degrade, injure, or destroy.
26. Nor will limiting the rights of the people doctors injure cure the negligence of the medical profession.
27. To leave a habitat to degenerate and perhaps be destroyed is to injure all its animals, including of course the species concerned.
28. You must take reasonable care to avoid acts or omissions which you can reasonably foresee would be likely to injure your neighbour.
29. Do not suddenly take up violent exercise after years of inactivity, or you will injure yourself.
30. Usually the object of the exercise is to shock, disgust or humiliate the unwilling audience, rather than injure.
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