It will fall of itself when ripe, but if picked unripe the apple is spoiled, the tree is harmed, and your teeth are set on edge.
Yes, I've sinned as I'm sure you know but I never ever harmed any young lady the way poor Annie was mutilated.
One day of pain for every innocent you've harmed.
If the police investigated in an orderly way and took their time the victim would most likely be harmed or killed.
antler used for crafting pendants is naturally cast - no animals have been harmed.
Install either invisible or traditional fences so the animal will remain safe and not become harmed by passing traffic.
It appears quite hardy, as it passed through 10 degrees. of frost on four nights last winter, which killed many tender subjects, without being harmed in the least.
Pets and other animals can be seriously harmed by eating grass treated with chemicals.
They are more likely to be harmed by someone they know and trust, rather than a person that is unfamiliar to them.
The state should only interfere with this basic right in cases where the child is either being harmed or at risk of harm.
The concept of dying doesn't exist in the game - your character cannot die or be harmed - you play until you either solve the game or give up.
Parents can instruct their older children why it is important to keep these types of toys away from their siblings who can possibly be harmed by them.
A weak wood element can be easily harmed by metal the same way a strong wood element can withstand metal.
Steffi: Don't worry, no big cats were harmed in the making of these wild flats.
In the meantime, TLC has sued Jon Gosselin for breach of contract, claiming that he has made unpaid and unapproved appearances, and that he harmed the show with his outbursts and criticisms.
In particular we banned residual weedkillers that could have harmed the rare bryophytes in the nearby Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Here, Mrs Y would be harmed by forcibly restraining her in order to insert the needle for anesthesia.
These were destroyed by a miraculous thunderbolt before Catherine was harmed, but she was eventually beheaded with a sword.
He spoke of the birds as his little brothers of the air, and he could never bear to see them harmed.
Very tender plants should be taken off the windowsill at night if you are closing the curtains to avoid getting harmed by frosts.
Theterrestrialecosystem is being harmed by the excessive pollution humans are producing.
Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.
Biocompatibility between electrodes and body tissue is also required to prevent the patient from being harmed by contact with the device.
You also may be liable if someone gets injured while attending your party or is harmed afterwards as a result of intoxication.
Then you fire away at him with arrows or spells without getting harmed.
This also means that no animals will be harmed through your hobby too!
Very damaged hair may be harmed by additional harsh treatments, but healthier hair can sustain more color treatments easily.
No real lions were used, shaved, or harmed during the shooting of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Both short and long term health can be harmed by fasting.
No Changeling has ever harmed another Changeling, as seen many times throughout Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
merger proposals have not harmed Carlton's position in the market either.
The hair of their heads was not singed, their cloaks were not harmed, and no smell of fire had come upon them.
windowsill at night if you are closing the curtains to avoid getting harmed by frosts.
I do n't want you harmed for the stupidity of others.
The visual modality of the patient was harmed during the procedure.
I made a list of all the people and institutions I had harmed, and I was and did make amends to almost all.
Some doctors disagree with the ruling and believe that the MMR vaccine has harmed certain autistic patients such as Banks and Poling.
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