injurious action

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So it is when we travel northward, but in a somewhat lesser degree, for the number of species of all kinds, and therefore of competitors, decreases northwards; hence in going northward, or in ascending a mountain, we far oftener meet with stunted forms, due to the directly injurious action of climate, than we do in proceeding southwards or in descending a mountain.
Whereas the Chairman HEC Javed Leghari has said that no injurious action against the organisation will be allowed.
Certain precautions are necessary to safeguard the subject's virtue, and to protect him or her and others against the danger of being guilty of any injurious actions.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- Underwriters MGA (UMGA), a Texas based corporation with offices in Hidalgo County, is fighting to reclaim millions of dollars in lost revenues as a result of injurious actions taken against it by General Electric Reinsurance Corporation.