HARM

High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missile

Harm

(1) A loss to a species or individual consequent on damage. (2) A function of the concentration to which the organism is exposed and of the time of exposure.

HARM

acronym: Hazard Assessment Rating Methodology
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harm

[v] - cause or do harm to
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Harm

Can range from minor harm, eg small cuts or bruises, to serious harm, eg loss of a limb, asthma, mental health, hearing loss, death.
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Harm

is hurt, injury, damage or loss of inherent quality to people or the environment . “Harm to the health of living organism or other interference with ecological systems of which they form part and, in the case of man (sic) includes harm to his property.' (Statutory Regime for Contaminated Land July 1999)
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HARM

Air-launched anti-radiation missile, Texas Instruments [US]
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Harm

Harm (härm) noun [ Middle English harm , hearm , Anglo-Saxon hearm ; akin to Old Saxon harm , German harm grief, Icelandic harmr , Danish harme , Swedish harm ; confer OSlav. & Russian sram' shame, Sanskrit çrama toil, fatigue...
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Harm

Harm transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Harmed (härmd); present participle & verbal noun Harming .] [ Middle English harmen , Anglo-Saxon hearmian . See Harm , noun ] To hurt; to ...
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harm

verb cause or do harm to; `These pills won`t harm your system`
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Harm

• (n.) That which causes injury, damage, or loss. • (n.) Injury; hurt; damage; detriment; misfortune. • (n.) To hurt; to injure; to damage; to wrong.
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HARM

High Speed Antiradiation Missile, AGM 88.
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Harm

Harm is a moral and legal concept. Bernard Gert construes harms as any of the following: Joel Feinberg gives an account of harms as setbacks to interests. He distinguishes welfare interests from ulterior interests. Hence on his view there are two kinds of harms. Welfare interests are Ulterior interests are `a person`s more ultimate goals and asp.....
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Harm

Harm is a French name for boys. The meaning is `soldier` The name is very rarely given inthe United States. The name Harm is -as far as we know- only given to Dutch boys. What do they use in other countries? Harman Harmon (English) The name sounds like: Hiram, Hyrum, Hyram, Hirom Similar names are: Haim, Ham, Hari, Hart, Harv
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