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the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

an act that is not just

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Fortunately, most sports injuries can be treated effectively, and most people who suffer injuries can return to a satisfying level of physical activity after an injury.
Lifetime medical and work-loss costs were calculated from average costs of treating nonfatal injuries and earnings in 2010, adjusted to 2013 prices.
In South Africa (SA) the application of scientific knowledge on the description and prevention of injuries in football is lacking at all levels.
Century Mill and South Bolton roads, motor vehicle accident, no injuries.
Three were injured outside Cardiff reptile centre in Ely: A 22-year-old woman with leg injuries, a two-year-old girl with facial injuries and a 24-year-old man with minor injuries.
About two-thirds of injuries occurring in the New York City jail system were classified as intentional, with inmate-on-inmate aggression and slips and falls being the most common types of such injuries, the study found.
On Sunday, a Bangladeshi pedestrian and an Indian driver were killed when a pick-up truck driven by the Indian driver hit the pedestrian on Emirates road in the Sharjah direction, while a biker sustained severe injuries when he was hit by a car in the Palm Island tunnel.
In the North-east there were 1,251 major workplace injuries recorded in the last year compared to 1,410 in 2008/9.
uk Minor Injuries Clinic, Shiremoor Health Resource Centre, Earsdon Road, Shiremoor.
HONOLULU -- Illegal plays triggered more than 12% of soccer and basketball injuries during competition, according to the first comprehensive, nationally representative analysis of high school sports.
It's no secret that a deployed Navy aircraft carrier is a hazardous environment, where injuries can result in time away from assigned duties and ultimately affect aviation safety and operational readiness.
One such exclusion provided by IRC section 104(a)(2) is for damages received on account of physical injuries.
Though the rate of catastrophic cord injuries remains quite moderate, it can produce a paralysis and/or a permanent disability that can devastate a football team.
It is a matter of common knowledge that in a large majority of instances in which bodily injuries are received, the real nature and extent of said injuries are not revealed until some time in the future and after the first pains have passed away.