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  • adv. In a nonfatal manner; in a manner which will not result in death.


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  • He shot his wife several times, nonfatally, and then shot himself.


  • And women are more likely to be injured nonfatally in a car crash than men, according to 2008 data from the Centers for Top headlines

  • It sufficed to invoke the emergency aid exception that it was reasonable to believe that Fisher had hurt himself (albeit nonfatally) and needed treatment that in his rage he was unable to provide, or that Fisher was about to hurt, or had already hurt, someone else.

    JURIST - Paper Chase


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