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devoid of hurtful qualities

lacking the qualities requisite for spiritedness and originality

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not injurious to physical or mental health

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not causing disapproval

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lacking intent or capacity to injure

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Innocuously called the Educational Opportunity Tax Credit, Amendment 17 is the only statewide initiative of its kind this year and is therefore receiving national attention.
For those in Bosnia, who were soon to become members of the "sub-human" strains destined for extermination, everything began pretty innocuously.
Now in the early stages of production, some of its procurement funds are stashed in an air force line item innocuously titled "Other Production Charges.
The hostile links, placed innocuously within messages and often disguised as free demo opportunities, prey upon unsuspecting computer mail or newsgroup users by carrying out any number of harmful internal applications in the PC's hard drive.
Lashinsky wrote that Jobs ominously assembled the entire MobileMe team and innocuously asked: "Can anyone tell me what MobileMe is supposed to do?
The name of the game is changing at the moment and cyber criminals are very clever, finding many ways to exploit information that is innocuously posted online.
City suffered a huge blow four minutes later when Barry, in pursuit of Lennon, stumbled innocuously but clearly suffered what looked to be a serious knee injury and was forced off.
Whether she's butting heads with her "uncool" parents, counting the seconds to the final school bell, innocently flirting with boys or innocuously hanging out with her girlfriends, Cyrus, to her credit (and to the relief of parents), sounds like a kid who's not in a rush to grow up.
Coun Roberts, who represents Flint Castle ward and teaches at a Wrexham primary school, added: "These attacks start innocuously but if someone wants to set fire to something, the fires can gradually get bigger and bigger until things burn down.
It starts innocuously enough, with the 19th-century passion for collecting all things exotic and importing botanical specimens from around the globe.
Don't think: My English professor explicated this story as vaguely innocuously saucy, but nowhere near this naughty.
Not incidentally, Sasnal, too, has addressed this topic in a group of canvases from 2003 innocuously entitled "Forest.
As a consequence, neither theory can successfully handle cases of the innocuously unknowable in which two sentences, though mutually consistent, nonetheless cannot be known to be true together.
When Bridges fell innocuously against Malaga,it signal led another nine month struggle to regain fitness.