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Inure

To cause or to result in. The word is most commonly used in legal documents, such as wills.
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"The final result of the victims of three filling stations, burnt in Karbala city on Tuesday night had been 2 persons killed, 2 inured and 5 mobile tanks burnt, along with several civilian cars.
The condition of two of the inured was stated to be critical.
"Fortunately, nobody was inured as a result of your bad driving," Judge Tony Lancaster said.
Later yesterday a Sea King winched a 55-year old woman walker from Cader Idris, near Dolgellau, after she inured her back.
The inured were taken to the All India Medical Institute of Sciences (AIIMS).
Who will suffer when judges become inured to false allegations of violence?
Or has the recreational surveillance of reality TV and the Internet inured us to such intrusions ?
SECURITY BREACHES HAPPEN SO OFTEN IN higher ed that there's the potential to become inured. Before skipping a story about just one more incident, consider the recent compromise of data at the University of California, Los Angeles.
So I have failed there and must try not to be inured to the suffering of others.
Living near the San Andreas Fault, one can become so inured to the frequent tremors that he gradually forgets that living in California has always been something of a gamble.
Adam was claiming food poisoning--something about a bad roast beef sandwich--and I overheard Lizard complaining about an inured knee (and who could be surprised, after that triple kink rail from Lizard of Oz).
Audiences are becoming increasingly inured to ads--requiring more ads to get the point across, it seems.