Definitions for "INJURY"
Any damage or hurt done to a person or thing; detriment to, or violation of, the person, character, feelings, rights, property, or interests of an individual; that which injures, or occasions wrong, loss, damage, or detriment; harm; hurt; loss; mischief; wrong; evil; as, his health was impaired by a severe injury; slander is an injury to the character.
A bodily injury that is the direct result of an accident and not related to any other causes that occurred after the effective date of the policy.
hurt/wounded, stopped from playing
a life changing event
an event that basically can be traced back to a specific event in the workplace, such as striking your hand with a hammer
a result of a single traumatic event, while an occupational disease is a result of a series of events or a continued exposure over a prolonged period of time
One or more persons has non-fatal injuries requiring transportation by a vehicle for the purpose of obtaining immediate medical attention as the result of a crash that involved a large truck or bus.
worse than the bubonic plague; when In need of sympathy or a little attention, tell your running friends you have an injury (use words like "ripped ilio-tibular ligament'. "Lacerated plantar', and "torn metatarsal') then go out for a run. You will earn instant respect and admiration for running through your Injury.
Reversible phenotypic response of bacteria exposed to sublethal stressors.
If the injury was physical, it is a warning that you are surrounded by hostile forces and must proceed with caution in order to expose them. If the injury was to your reputation it signifies pleasing recognition.
Detrimental changes to a victim's physical, mental or emotional state for which the victim should be entitled to reasonable compensation.
any physical or biological response to pollutants, such as a change in metabolism, reduced photosynthesis, leaf necrosis, premature leaf drop, or chlorosis.
Keywords:  twinge, darting, ache, sharp, muscle
a sharp darting twinge or ache that occurs when you use the injured muscle
For Workers' Compensation purposes, any injury or disease arising out of employment. There are three types of injuries: a. specific; b. repetitive or cumulative over time; c. or an aggravation of a medical condition which is either pre-existing to employment or not proximate to it.
The violation of anotherâ€(tm)s legal right, for which the law provides a remedy.
A violation of a legally protected interest for which the law allows an action for legal or equitable relief.
A state of severe oxygen deprivation which may cause tissue death if not alleviated.
The action of another that causes or may cause the holders of decreed water rights to suffer loss of water at the time, place, and amount they would be entitled to use under their water rights if the action had not occurred. Injury is a significant issue in any water court proceeding and in determinations of the State and Division Engineers.
a casualty to military personnel resulting from combat
Keywords:  insult, level
an insult on every level of our being
Keywords:  enormity, slight, offense, degree
An offense next in degree of enormity to a slight.
When a player is injured and sitting or lying on the ground, the referee may stop play after allowing the opponent full advantage of a possession. The referee will then allow the injured player to be examined and allow for substitution.
Keywords:  workout, aggressive, sign, your, you
a sign that you were too aggressive with your workout
A sudden, one-time adverse change to a plant.
An observable or measurable adverse change—including destruction, loss, and loss of use—in a natural resource or impairment of a natural resource service.
Keywords:  germs, gateway, enter, body
a gateway for germs to enter the body
Keywords:  valuable, teach, focus, true, exercise
a valuable tool to teach us training focus and true exercise performance
Keywords:  team, failure
a Team Failure
Keywords:  exchange, energy
an energy exchange," said Dr
Keywords:  someone, act
an act that injures someone