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The following year, Hurt famously played the crewmember out of whose chest the alien bursts--a scene that's all about special effects, right?
We're all just passing time, and occupy our chair very briefly," Hurt told the Radio Times after the diagnosis.
You are animals, you are too old yet you hurt a 10-year-old child.
In 2015 as many as 137 children aged 15 or younger were hurt in road accidents on Teesside, although thankfully none died as a result of their injuries.
This is an increase of 13% when compared with the 151 children who were hurt on the roads in 2014 and is 7.
In his new role, Hurt will lead the Build-A-Bear Workshop retail and operations teams to drive sales and profits, while promoting ongoing growth for the business.
You need to stop thinking that every guy out there is going to hurt you.
64% are afraid someone will hurt them while playing sports.
I was hurt because I started to slowly realize what it was.
Bowe, 25, said: "Of course, that Munster match carries a lot of hurt for me personally while I also remember watching the Saracens defeat on television.
How can we be instruments of healing if we have not addressed the hurt in our own lives through the process of forgiveness?
The survey asked whether, "on balance, journalism has been helped more or hurt more by the rise of news consumption online.
2 : to do harm to : damage <The drought has hurt crops.
Did Thomas Beatie's going public with his pregnancy hurt the transgender movement?
BEING HURT is the worst part of skateboarding, and for some fucked-up reason I've been hurt quite often through all these years--especially over the last two.