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  • Today, they would go a lot further and to him this episode now seems harmless.
  • Subsequent research showed good quality care for part of the day to be harmless.
  • Only one catch, harmless enough, has been reported in the last quarter century.
  • There is no such thing as a harmless lie no matter how small it is.
  • This harmless species is of little commercial significance due to its small size.
  • Some of those who strongly opposed it when it first came out now see it as mostly harmless.
  • All of the team except for one member is killed or rendered harmless.
  • A wild looking man, well recognized in the city centre and harmless as anyone knew.
  • However, in the majority of cases, it will be slow-growing and harmless.
  • The families that claim to have seen her report that she does not seem to cause fear and appears harmless.
  • They're harmless, but provide an interesting sight when driving in the area.
  • None of these characters appear in the book version of Mostly Harmless.
  • Although trace amounts are generally harmless, they can still lead to problems over time.
  • They are usually dark brown and although they are ugly to look at they are quite harmless.
  • Both of them feel very tired and want to play with some apparently harmless little fat men.
  • They are harmless and have been deemed of having no commercial value.
  • In his opinion, the socialist parties were harmless, because they would turn into middle classes in due time.
  • Arthur meets them in Mostly Harmless during his search for a new home.
  • Mostly harmless, there are no known functions or positive contributions related to this particular species.
  • They reach a body length of about, are reddish brown and completely harmless to people.
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Meaning of harmless

  • adjective Not causing or capable of causing harm
    harmless bacteria, rendered the bomb harmless