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When they took her from me she was alive and unharmed," replied Ghek.
She told me of her abduction and of the fright she had undergone, and together we thanked God that she had come through unharmed, because the great brute had dared not pause along the danger-infested way.
He called the animals his cousins, and reminded them that his protecting influence was the reason they remained unharmed, while many avaricious traders were prompting the Indians to take their lives.
Though bodily unharmed, it uttered cries, as some king's ghost in supernatural distress.
OmniWave Technology harnesses physics in a unique way to deliver low power acoustic energy designed to selectively target occlusive materials while leaving healthy tissue and grafts unharmed.
The transition road was closed for more than three hours, snarling traffic in the area, but the 52-year-old driver, his wife and his three children were unharmed, the Highway Patrol reported.
OmniWave(TM) Technology harnesses physics in a unique way to deliver low power acoustic energy to selectively targeted occlusive materials while leaving healthy tissue and grafts unharmed.
Officers approached the vehicle and found the suspect unharmed but lying down in the car, Bergmann said.
OmniWave Technology uses acoustic energy to selectively target occlusive materials while leaving healthy tissue and grafts unharmed.
One of two missing San Fernando Valley boys was found unharmed Wednesday afternoon in Long Beach, Los Angeles police said.
For this reason, a cancer-killing therapy controlled by the hTERT promoter can target any type of tumor, whether delivered locally or systemically, while leaving normal cells unharmed.
Conroy said one worker was at the facility when failure occurred, but was unharmed.