damage


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an act, instance, or consequence of breaking

the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

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The Court stated that the appropriate inquiry for purposes of section 104(a)(2) is "the nature of the claim underlying respondents' damages award" and that taxpayers must show "that Title VII, the legal basis for their recovery of backpay, redresses a tort-like personal injury.
Under 1988, a person who sues under 1983 and prevails in the lawsuit is entitled not only to damages but also to an award for attorney's fees.
Taxpayers are unable to get advance rulings from the IRS on the excludability and allocations of damage awards (revenue procedure 2005-3).
Severe damage to six convents caused nuns to lose all of their personal belongings, according to the diocese.
This yielded a "DNA damage index" based upon the different spectral properties of gill DNA from each fish group.
Thus, investors could exclude the portion of the damage award that reimburses them for medical expenses connected to emotional distress caused by investment losses.
There's a great need for drugs that can protect against nerve damage," says Anthony Cerami of the Kenneth S.
The initial nursing home reforms that were proposed to the Florida Senate mirrored the state's medical malpractice statute, including placing caps on noneconomic damages, applying medical malpractice exemptions for wrongful death cases so adult children of nursing home residents would have no recovery and eliminating punitive damages altogether.
By activating E2F-1-mediated checkpoint pathways, these compounds are intended to kill cancer cells selectively by activating the cell's natural defense mechanism against DNA damage.
Among the new damage early this year was collapse of the slope beneath the highway just west of Vincent Gap.
This event is imperceptible where the claimant suffers damage sometimes on a cellular level.
Most of the damage at Antelope Valley Union High, Lancaster and Palmdale school districts resulted from ruptured pipes that flooded rooms, damaging or destroying books, computer equipment, ceilings and carpet.
Murphy submitted evidence that as a result of NYANG's conduct she suffered from bruxism, a stress-related condition that caused her to grind her teeth, resulting in permanent damage to her teeth.
Scientists have identified an area of the brain where damage seems to quickly halt a person's desire to smoke.