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CJW HURTING? They want to try paying good money to watch that dross, now that really does hurt.
"Those who say that news consumption on the Internet is, on balance, hurting journalism note the way the online experience is changing reader habits," the poll stated.
The only way we are hurting this movement is by not embracing the fact that this couple is bringing a new life into this world."
OCTOBER 1999: Great Western hit Thames train which passed red, killing 31 and hurting 400 at Paddington.
WIGAN V PORTSMOUTH, TODAY, 3PM: Wigan boss Paul Jewell has conceded the club's relegation plight is "hurting" him.
How can I tell my best friend that I'm not her personal bank machine without hurting her feelings?
When staff notice this kid is hurting, they don't necessarily have to jump in immediately, but can build the social worth of this child by giving him or her their attention at another time.
There are folksy rejoinders about humility, for example, "The entire population of the world--with one minor exception--is composed entirely of others"; but there are also nuggets of wisdom rendered in memorable phrases, "Hurting people hurt others and are easily hurt by them." Far from a Pollyanna, Maxwell tempers his optimism with the knowledge that some people are difficult, and while kindness is required for them, lasting friendship is not.
To sum up, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, hurricanes, floods, and famines aren't deliberate occurrences aimed at hurting humans; they are simply part of the way the Earth functions.
As I watched her struggle, I felt my pride and my wounds still hurting. My hate was still burning with all its fury inside my poor heart.
Just another thought on how the Air Force focus on high-dollar programs may be hurting innovation by taking more experienced engineers away from developmental engineering jobs where the real innovation occurs.
If one part of the body is hurting, the whole body hurts.
Thoughts of killing or hurting oneself are even more common in patients diagnosed with a pulmonary disease than in those with major depression, reports a team led by Renee D.