noninjury

noninjury

(nɒnˈɪndʒərɪ)
adj
not involving injury
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A noninjury accident occurred in the 300 block of E.
Our goal is to educate drivers so that we can also eliminate noninjury, nuisance crashes resulting from driver confusion.
But the Portland metro area's dense urban landscape - with more traffic lights and other traffic controls, and many lower speed limits - might be why that area had fewer fatalities even while it had more injury and noninjury crashes than more rural Lane County.
Distracted driving was to blame for 16 percent of injury and fatal crashes, and 26 percent of noninjury incidents.
But even such licensed harm still has bad karmic effect, for as Jaini goes on to stress, "one who has taken the vow of noninjury must exercise a high degree of care in order to minimize even arambhaja-himsa.
But I think I know the difference now between a bad injury and a noninjury, having suffered quite a bad one.
This initiative responds to improving the response to noninjury fallers, to improve the chances of the patient staying at home, reduce the need for the traditional ambulance response and encourage more collaboration between the appropriate agencies.
016) in mucosal injury group were higher than that in the noninjury group.
There were also 7,446 cases of a 'non-legal' use of the hard shoulder, 3,990 animals loose, 2,598 abandoned vehicles, 6,742 shed tyres, 6,288 injury collisions and 29,656 noninjury collisions also causing lane closures.
The time course and absence of associated LV impairment at peak stress without increase of HFABP suggest the possibility of noninjury or nonischemic cardiac troponin release.
Ancient philosophers such as Pythagoras and Plato, as well as early Buddhist monks, practiced this lifestyle of "ahimsa" or noninjury (http://advocacy.
It is this total application of dharma to politics that in theory insisted on the principle of nonviolence (ahimsa), noninjury and compassion (karuna) in statecraft, an ideal that sometimes collided with the practicalities of statecraft.