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without deliberate intent

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not done with purpose or intent

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But remember that the one was unintentional, and that the other is the effect of political changes, which have, in their course, greatly lowered the pride of kings, and swept mighty nations from the face of the earth.
In the hall I might become the unintentional instrument of the squire's capture, though, so far as my ears served me, it was still empty as we had left it.
They behaved well on the whole, though some whimpered that she had not taken them as far as she took Nancy or Grace or Dorothy, and others jagged her, but it was quite unintentional, and she was too much of a lady to cry out.
If you and Ghak should manage to escape I want you to promise me that you will find Dian the Beautiful and tell her that with my last words I asked her forgiveness for the unintentional affront I put upon her, and that my one wish was to be spared long enough to right the wrong that I had done her.
And in some such fashion, in some future crisis of greater moment, might she not, in violation of all dictates of sober judgment, give another unintentional consent?
The latter profited by the unintentional offence of his captive, and, seizing him by the thin, grey locks, that fell from beneath his cap, was on the point of passing the blade of his knife in malignant triumph around their roots, when a long, shrill yell rent the air, and was instantly echoed from the surrounding waste, as if a thousand demons opened their throats in common at the summons.
Minor unintentional injuries are part of growing up and help children and young people to learn their boundaries and manage risks for themselves.
An increase in gun sales following the 2012 mass shooting of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, coincided with a spike in unintentional firearm deaths among children, new research reports.
Age-Adjusted Death Rates * from Unintentional Falls Among Adults Aged [greater than or equal to] 65 Years/1 ([dagger]) by Sex--National Vital Statistics System, United States, 2000-2015
90 * Number of unintentional injury-related deaths in U.
Rates of heart disease, cancer, unintentional injuries, chronic lower respiratory disease and stroke are declining throughout the country, but at a much higher rate in urban areas than in rural ones.
In 2014, the five leading causes of death for people under age 80 were diseases of the heart, cancers, stroke, chronic lower respiratory diseases (CLRD), such as asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema), and unintentional injuries (accidents).
Causes of Childhood Unintentional Injuries in Urban Cities of Pakistan