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the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

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With extensive experience in technology and business-led transformation, Neil will be a valuable addition to our leadership team, Mr Harmer said.
Porter pinned Patterson lbw, Harmer had Brooks flashing outside off-stump to be snapped up behind, before Fisher exposed his stumps to give Porter a third wicket.
Simon Harmer celebrates after claiming the final Warwickshire wicket.
He would also have had Sibley, on just two, but Harmer grassed the chance at second slip.
Harmer is the first man to take 14 wickets in successive games since Charlie Parker in 1931.
Bowling: Wagner 10-2-58-4; Porter 10-2-35-0; Westley 3-0-12-0; Harmer 10-0-53-0; Bopara 9-0-61-1; Ashar Zaidi 5-0-31-1; ten Doeschate 3-0-30-1.
Mr Harmer said: "Everybody appreciates things like that because people have taken time out to think about me.
The plant anticipates the timing and the direction of dawn, and to me that looks like a reason to have a connection between the clock and the growth pathway," Harmer said.
Harmer, who bowled unchanged for 13 overs in the second session, removed Cheteshwar Pujara and Rohit Sharma.
Harmer, of Balmoral Way, Prescot, had pleaded guilty to four counts of theft by employee, five of false accounting and three of fraud at an earlier hearing.
He is to be replaced by Peter Harmer, who is currently the CEO of IAG Labs.
00pm Fly-on-the-wall reality-style comedy following the antics of employees of Britain's premier lookalikes agency, run by David Beckham impersonator Andy Harmer.
Frequent Harvest Picnic performer Sarah Harmer spoke with A\J years ago about the impact of music on the environmental movement, an idea that rings true throughout the picnic.
Cape Town : Debutant off-spinner Simon Harmer took three wickets before West Indian captain Denesh Ramdin led a fightback against South Africa on the first day of the third and final Test at Newlands on Friday.
During the last decade, Kapilevich, Harmer, and Bowring have been involved in designing and testing various microwave and millimeter-wave devices and systems to improve the efficiency of detecting weapons and explosives carried by human bodies.