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Also admitting to a charge of causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Mr Fleming was Ivan McDowell, from Taggart Mews in Main Street, Ballymoney.
The powerful chord that reverberated out from Avey's heart and through her body at the culmination of Rosalie's massage, prompting the surfacing of bodily memory, is now echoed by the powerful sounds of the notes played at the celebration.
The findings have major implications for our understanding of the functions of emotions and their bodily basis.
The Recorder of Durham Judge Christopher Prince said the offence "clearly is assault occasioning actual bodily harm" but said his hands were tied as the CPS has responsibility for what is an acceptable plea.
He was convicted of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and jailed for 28 months, with a 20-month extended licence period, at Stafford Crown Court in March last year.
Jurors took nine minutes to find Fitzgibbon, of no fixed abode, guilty of grievous bodily harm and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
Jones is also accused of causing grievous bodily harm, with intent, to him on the previous day.
Matthew and Luke Dusoe were charged with assault and battery to intimidate with bodily injury, assault and battery with serious bodily injury, kidnapping, and a civil rights violation with serious injury, according to police.
She argues that bodily experience is itself shaped by structures and institutions of culture, gender, ethnicity, class and age.
In an unusual move, lawyers have charged Mohammed Saleem both with dangerous driving and two counts of grievous bodily harm.
In an indictment, Sean Brehm, 44, of Western Cape, South Africa, with one count of assault with a dangerous weapon with intent to do bodily harm and without just cause or excuse, and one count of assault resulting in serious bodily injury.
Saeed Ahmed, 38, is accused of aggravated burglary and two counts of assault causing actual bodily harm, while Abdul Haq, 26, Zeeshan Kazmi, 21, and Ali Azhar, 32, are all charged with causing actual bodily harm.