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  • Conscious of the harm she had done in pressing the matter of some changes in the constitutions, Mother Galitzin begged to be sent back to the United

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Ef there be sperits, and we all know there is, what 's the harm o 'Ketery's seein' on 'em?

    Oldtown Folks

  • This assumption proved to be false, and Secretary Ballinger was exonerated by a public investigation; but for two years, at least, the cloud hung over Mr. Taft's reputation, and, as always happens, the correction being far less nimble than the accusation, took a much longer time in remedying the harm that it had done.

    Theodore Roosevelt An Intimate Biography

  • Combining their medical training with a fundamental grasp of the art of sculpting, they dressed in surgical aprons and wielded an array of scalpels, saws, fine chisels, and rasps to undo the harm that nature or humanity had visited upon their patients.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  •    Without the sword, he could not repair the harm they'd done, and he had been very concerned.

    calling on dragons

  • Alarmingly, Dr. Steven Nissen, a cardiologist at the Cleveland Clinic and FDA panel member, said, “I must say that I have grave concerns about the use of these drugs and grave concerns about the harm they may cause.”


  • At a certain period, for instance, they showed all the harm wrought by the abominable Bradlaugh-Besant campaign.

    With Zola in England

  • In fact, there are at least some conservatives within the career Civil-and Foreign-Service ranks at State, but they are few and naturally reticent to reveal themselves given the harm that can befall their careers.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • "How much blood, how many corpses, how much grief will it take before you see the harm prophecy has inflicted upon the world?"

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • And he who is summoned to give witness and does not answer to his summoner, shall be liable for the harm which ensues according to law.



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