Some articles on wounding:
... when she was arrested and charged with unlawful wounding, unlawful wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and two counts of possessing a bladed article in a public ... She was found not guilty of unlawful wounding with intent to cause GBH, but was found guilty of unlawful wounding and is due to be sentenced on 19 November 2012 ...
... remote control hit an Iraqi police patrol, killing one policeman and wounding 7 civilians ... exiting the Hussainiyat al-Rasoul al-Azam mosque, killing at least 10 and wounding 21 others ... bomber struck a market and killing 8 and wounding 25 ...
... induced the production of protease inhibitor proteins (PIs) in response to wounding ... Because of the systemic nature of the wounding signal, it was named systemin, it was the first polypeptide found to function as a hormone in plants ... other members of the family, such as tobacco, also respond to wounding by systemically producing protease inhibitors ...
... to Lare in Jikawo woreda, killing two instantly and wounding 18 ... was also thrown into a dormitory at the Teachers’ training College wounding six ethnic Nuer Sudanese refugees, one of them seriously ... coming as far as the Abobo woreda attacked the Nuer settlement at Ochom for the second time, wounding four people, but killing 35 sheep, six cows and unspecified number of goats ...
... role model who is physically or emotionally wounding (such as an abusive or rejecting parent.) In the DNMS model a maladaptive introject is conceptualized as a part of self ... mask is the mirror neuron’s engrained recording of a past wounding experience ... When the mask is activated (or when the recording plays) the wounding message is directed to reactive parts who perceive the wounding experience from the past is still happening in the present ...
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Famous quotes containing the word wounding:
“... wounding God with his blue face,
his tyranny, his absolute kingdom,
with my aphrodisiac.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Nothing can be more wounding than a generous forgiveness.”
—Samuel Richardson (16891761)
“Alas! quoth he, but newly born in fiery heats I fry,
Yet none approach to warm their hearts or feel my fire but I.
My faultless breast the furnace is, the fuel wounding thorns;
Love is the fire, and sighs the smoke, the ashes shame and scorns;
The fuel justice layeth on, and mercy blows the coals;
The metal in this furnace wrought are mens defiled souls;”
—Robert Southwell (1561?1595)