Hurt may refer to:

  • Suffering or pain

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Hurt - Other Uses
... Hurt, Virginia, United States Heterogeneous Urban RSTA Team, an aerial surveillance project A blue roundel in heraldry ...
Society Of Estonian Literati - History
... among others, Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald, Hans Wühner, Jakob Hurt, Carl Robert Jakobson, Hugo Treffner and Johann Köler ... Under Jakob Hurt the Society systematically collected Estonian folk poetry ... were internal political disputes between Jacob Hurt and Carl Robert Jakobson on future direction ...
Love Doesn't Have To Hurt - Track Listing
... UK CD1 "Love Doesn't Have To Hurt" "Love Doesn't Have To Hurt" (Uptown Full Vocal Master Mix) "Use Your Imagination" "Love Doesn't Have To Hurt" (Video) UK CD2 "Love Doesn't Have To Hurt ...
Spite (sentiment)
... To spite is to intentionally annoy, hurt, or upset ... are delivered in such a way that it is clear that the person is delivering them just to annoy, hurt, or upset ... When the intent to annoy, hurt, or upset is shown subtly, behavior is considered catty ...
The Wheel Of Hurt
... "The Wheel of Hurt" is the title of a popular song from 1966 (see 1966 in music) ... Two versions of "The Wheel of Hurt" were released in late 1966 at virtually the same time ... The second version of "The Wheel of Hurt" was by the American performer Margaret Whiting, a noted singer who had over 40 charting hit singles in the U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the word hurt:

    Why, even when I was innocent her hatred of me hurt a good deal. Now that I’m guilty, her belief in me would hurt even more.
    Garrett Fort (1900–1945)

    My uncle Toby had scarce a heart to retalliate upon a fly.
    Go,—says he, one day at dinner, to an over-grown one which had buzz’d about his nose ... go poor Devil, get thee gone, why should I hurt thee?—This world surely is wide enough to hold both thee and me.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    I’m beginning to believe that Killer Illiteracy ought to rank near heart disease and cancer as one of the leading causes of death among Americans. What you don’t know can indeed hurt you, and so those who can neither read nor write lead miserable lives, like Richard Wright’s character, Bigger Thomas, born dead with no past or future.
    Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)