unharmful

unharmful

(ʌnˈhɑːmfʊl)
adj
not harmful
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Opium poppies produce the global supply of medical-use morphine and illicit-use heroin, as well as the unharmful culinary poppy seed and some ornamental flowering cultivars (Williams, 2010).
"The international and scientific studies have proved that the high-voltage lines are unharmful," Bustani told a press conference.
"Cannabis is very often perceived as a largely unharmful and hugely popular recreational drug yet, it was the most common substance of choice among those that sought treatment for the first time in 2017.
For example, feminist scholar Jane Gallop has defended her sexual involvement with female students not only as unharmful, but also as pedagogically valuable.
"What the vote was quite clearly about was the Labour party playing politics because they decided to vote against what was a very unharmful motion, merely setting out that the prime minister needs more time to deal with the issues that the house raised two weeks ago.
The expert said it was a misinformation in the social media that high blood cholesterol is unharmful, especially in the presence of other risk factors for heart disease such as hypertension that is prevalent in the country.
Studying Sidman avoidance is also important as it relates to teaching individuals with anxiety disorders to stop avoiding unharmful stimuli, such as occurs in obsessive compulsive disorders like excessive hand washing.
According to the agreement worth JD 700 thousand, the Renewable Energy Fund will provide the energy-efficient lamps, while the electricity distribution companies will ensure their distribution and installation to households to replace older ones and to ditch them in a manner unharmful to the environment, in exchange for administrative fees paid by the fund.