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in·jure

(in'jŭr),
To wound, hurt, or harm.

injure

(ĭn′jər)
tr.v. in·jured, in·juring, in·jures
1.
a. To cause physical harm to; hurt: The accident injured the passengers. The fall injured his knee.
b. To experience injury in (oneself or a body part): She injured her ankle climbing down the hill.
2.
a. To cause damage to; impair: The gossip injured his reputation.
b. To commit an injustice or offense against; wrong: people who were injured by the false accusations.
3. To cause distress to; wound: injured their feelings.

in′jur·er n.
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They demanded for an immediate and result oriented action against the culprits involved in such a breathtaking act, heirs of the burnt alive and injurers must be compensated at the earliest.
Dead body of the deceased constable was sent to his native town whereas three injurers in critical condition were referred to Sibbi after first aid.
Under strict liability, injurers must pay for all losses they cause.
Generally they consider one of three aspects: belief formation concerning risk or misconduct, a better design of legal rules imposed on injurers, or how private incentives are affected by risk regulation and liability rules in asymmetric information settings.
It includes the sometimes unarticulate wellsprings of those states of mind again, attitudes-that influence both judicial and lay responses to particular disputes about whether alleged injurers should pay alleged victims.
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