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HARM HARMFUL HARMLESS HARMS

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Sec. 66.012. INDEMNITY IN CONNECTION WITH RIGHT-OF-WAY; NOTICE OF LIABILITY.

(a) The holder of a state-issued certificate of franchise authority shall indemnify and hold a...

Sec. 141.006. GROUNDS FOR REFUSAL TO SERVE.

(3) the existence or repeated creation of an unsafe condition, such as impaired meter access or a...

Suggested Topics for [bodily harm]
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Accident LawBodily Harm29
Injury LawBodily Harm29
Accident LawBodily Injury18
Injury LawBodily Injury18
Family LawDomestic Violence6
Family LawFamily Violence6
Family LawChild Endangerment5

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Plural alternatives: harm (harms)

Similar words:

harm: harmful, harmless, harms

Synonyms in this publication:

bodily: constitutional, entirely, gross, material, natural, personally, physical, substantial, totally, wholly

harm: abuse, bad, bankruptcy, breakdown, burden, calamity, condemn, damage, death, destroy, destruction, disadvantage, disease, harass, ill, impair, impairment, inconvenience, injury, liability, loss, pollution, prejudice, threaten, violate, weakening

  

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