physically or psychologically

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  • The firm provides legal representation to those who claim to have been injured, physically or psychologically.
  • No one forced them either physically or psychologically [to do it].
  • Although short children commonly report being teased about their height, most adults who are very short are not physically or psychologically disabled by their height.
  • When an individual experiences a traumatic event, whether physically or psychologically traumatic, his or her memory can be affected in many ways.
  • The third potential way is to slow traffic physically or psychologically, using chicanes or speed bumps.
  • As the marriage begins things do not get any better in their intimate relationship and Trey refuses to address matters either physically or psychologically.
  • Dating violence happens when a partner uses force or pressure to abuse the other partner sexually, physically or psychologically in a dating relationship.
  • Since around the 12th century, Judaism recognized the right of a wife abused physically or psychologically to a divorce.
  • Child abuse also poses ethical concerns related to confidentiality, as victims may be physically or psychologically unable to report abuse to authorities.
  • Many girls in Nigeria are married off before they are physically or psychologically ready, when they are as young as 13 or 14.
  • Alcohol dependence is a substance-related disorder in which an individual is physically or psychologically dependent upon drinking alcohol.
  • The experiments were also controversial and considered by some scientists to be unethical and physically or psychologically abusive.
  • "Obstetric violence" refers to acts categorized as physically or psychologically violent in the context of labor and birth.
  • A 2008 study found that over half of Sderot's residents have been hurt, either physically or psychologically by Qassams.
  • Athletes trying to improve their performance in sports can harm themselves by overtraining, adopting eating habits that damage them physically or psychologically, and using steroids or supplements.
  • While domestic violence is not always constituted as valid, it is against the law in Yemen for husbands to physically or psychologically harm their wives.
  • It is popularly believed that Meldrick Taylor was never the same physically or psychologically after the Chavez bout.
  • In its most narrow definition, it requires one person to be physically or psychologically addicted, such as to heroin, and the second person to be psychologically dependent on that behavior.
  • The word usually connotes something wrong or evil; a monster is generally morally objectionable, physically or psychologically hideous, and/or a freak of nature.
  • Bullying in general, is defined as physically or psychologically violent re-occurring and not provoked acts, where the bully and victim have unequal physical strength or/and psychological power.
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