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bodily

(bŏd′l-ē)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or belonging to the body.
2. Physical as opposed to mental or spiritual: bodily welfare.
adv.
1. In the flesh; in person: bodily but not mentally present.
2. As a complete physical entity: carried the child bodily from the room.

bodily

adjective Referring to a body or material form; physical; corporal; consisting of matter.
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Alan Bramley, 70, was convicted of misconduct in a public office by assaulting and abusing prisoners, but cleared of causing actual bodily harm and unlawful wounding.
Leaving the scene by driver of the vehicle that caused grievous bodily harm leading to death of a person faces 7 years in prison with deprivation of driving rights for 3 years.
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Beech, from John Street in Ballymena, Co Antrim, pleaded guilty to three counts - causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Mr Fleming, assaulting Mr McDaid causing him actual bodily harm and causing an affray on May 24, 2009.
The sensation patterns were, however, consistent across different West European and East Asian cultures, highlighting that emotions and their corresponding bodily sensation patterns have a biological basis.
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The jury cleared Madine - known by some Wednesday fans as Goal Machine - of the more serious charge of causing one of the men, Daniel Beresford, grievous bodily harm.
Neil James Stewart, 30, had claimed he had been framed after he was convicted of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.