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  • adj. Not dangerous.


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  • The 270 is effective on all nondangerous north american game.

    Petzal: .270 vs.

  • One possible side effect is a nondangerous and reversible change in liver function.

    A Consumer's Guide to Choosing Cholesterol-lowering Medications

  • I later saw reports that some of the same Western brand's other dairy products had tested positive for nondangerous trace levels of melamine.

    Notes on a Milk Scandal

  • To give you those truly cinematic, heart-swelling moments, the camera waits until you're in a nondangerous, nonplayable moment -- flying between planets, for example -- to snap the focus wide and impress you with the sheer scale of the universe in Mario Galaxy .

    'Super Mario Galaxy' Soars With Out-of-This World Camera Work

  • The general common-law rule regarding a nondangerous pet is that you are liable for damage or injury it causes if the damage or injury occurred through your negligence in controlling the animal.


  • Because most young women do have mild and nondangerous forms of HPV, the special new test for HPV is not recommended for screening until you are over thirty.


  • Said White: "A police officer may not seize an unarmed, nondangerous suspect by shooting him dead."


  • The author of this article, after taking a long time to make up his mind, and admitting his guilt on all counts, believes that it is a sin to kill any nondangerous game animal except for meat.

    Hemingway on Hunting

  • He went off to get married and make a kid, she shacked up, she went after boyfriend somewhere, and took the child away from the noncustodial, and involved, nondangerous, bad parent.

    CNN Transcript - Larry King Live: Dr. Laura Discusses Her Views on Child Rearing - May 3, 2000

  • In short, a State cannot constitutionally confine without more a nondangerous individual who is capable of surviving safely in freedom by himself or with the help of willing and responsible family members or friends.

    Law In The Health and Human Services


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