Injured

  • (adj): Usually used of physical or mental injury to persons.
    Example: "Injured soldiers"; "injured feelings"

Some articles on injured:

Nate Hughes - Professional Career - Jacksonville Jaguars
... On December 6, 2009 Hughes, playing in place of the injured Jarett Dillard, caught his first career touchdown pass ... He was waived/injured on August 8, 2010 ... He cleared waivers and was place on injured reserve the following day ...
White Court
... To begin with, many of those treated were injured and sick U.S ... specially equipped hospital trains loaded with injured soldiers began to arrive at Braintree station ... much damage but luckily no one killed or seriously injured ...
Jeremy Kapinos - Professional Career - Pittsburgh Steelers
7, 2010, he was signed by the Steelers to replace the injured Daniel Sepulveda, who tore the ACL in his non-kicking leg. 2011 NFL season after Sepulveda was placed on injured reserve for the season ... Kapinos was waived/injured during final cuts on August 31, 2012 after being unable to punt due to an injury ...
Chris Burke (footballer) - Club Career - Rangers
... Burke was injured against Celtic on 23 September 2006, damaging ligaments in his left shoulder in a challenge with Aiden McGeady ... squad for the first half of the 2007-08 season, Burke returned to replace the then injured Nacho Novo and DaMarcus Beasley, keeping his place in the side until April 2008, when he ...
Effects Of Nuclear Explosions On Human Health - Blast Effects - The Initial Stage - Fate Within Certain Peak Overpressure
... over 0.8 bar (12 psi) - 98% dead 2% injured 0.3-0.8 bar (5-12 psi) - 50% dead 40% injured 10% safe 0.14-0.3 bar (2-5 psi) - 5% dead 45% injured 50% safe ...

Famous quotes containing the word injured:

    Nor jealousy
    Was understood, the injured lover’s hell.
    John Milton (1608–1674)

    He threatens many that hath injured one.
    Ben Jonson (c. 1572–1637)

    If we have injured someone, giving him the opportunity to make a joke about us is often enough to provide him personal satisfaction, or even to win his good will.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)