Harm (Nomen)

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grief (n)

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veraltend
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harm (n)

veraltend
  • In a legal framework such as this, a balancing of interests is not permitted and therefore it is not a case of promoting information from all sides, but making sure the information that is produced regarding the risks and health and environmental impacts of pesticides is accurate so that the public has the necessary information to be able to make informed and knowledgeable decisions to protect their health and that of their families from harm.
  • In a legal framework such as this, a balancing of interests is not permitted and therefore it is not a case of promoting information from all sides, but making sure the information that is produced regarding the risks and health and environmental impacts of pesticides is accurate so that the public has the necessary information to be able to make informed and knowledgeable decisions to protect their health and that of their families from harm.
  • A reasonable element of risk of harm must be recognised by the Directive as a natural aspect of the treatment process.
  • A reasonable element of risk of harm must be recognised by the Directive as a natural aspect of the treatment process.
  • On 11 November 2009, Milli was sentenced to two-and-a-half years and Adnan Hajizade to two years imprisonment on charges of hooliganism and inflicting minor bodily harm, charges which appear to be politically motivated.
  • On 11 November 2009, Milli was sentenced to two-and-a-half years and Adnan Hajizade to two years imprisonment on charges of hooliganism and inflicting minor bodily harm, charges which appear to be politically motivated.

Satzbeispiele & Übersetzungen

However, providing detailed information on the bond purchase programmes, especially on the SMP which is carried out in the form of an intervention operation, could harm the effectiveness and efficiency of these programmes.
However, providing detailed information on the bond purchase programmes, especially on the SMP which is carried out in the form of an intervention operation, could harm the effectiveness and efficiency of these programmes.
Excessive drinking can cause harm.
Excessive drinking can cause harm.

harm (Verb | Nomen)

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damage
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Harm (n)

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anhaben (v)

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Satzbeispiele & Übersetzungen

harm or
Gefahr oder