Hurting [verb]

Definition of Hurting:

cause physical pain; experience pain

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It certainly doesn’t hurt that Green has extensive experience working as a 3-and-D guy with stars of all stripes, while Curry has played alongside Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum and Luka Dončić.

Just recognize that it doesn’t hurt to reimagine who you are, both in terms of who you serve and in terms of how you get your revenue.

The enhancement was added as part of the company’s iOS 14 operating system in September, but a requirement that all apps use it was delayed until early 2021 after several developers, including Facebook, said the change would hurt their businesses.

“I’ve had so many kids come in, just like him,” LaMia Jones said after she gave my son an eye exam because his eyes hurt from those long hours online.

Two were already 18 when they got hurt, though both had worked since they were 16 in jobs that, under federal law, should have been off limits because they are considered hazardous.

To break the cycle, you have to train, even if it hurts a little—it’s one of the best things you can do for the lower back.

“When I see them suffer, it hurts more than it hurts my wallet,” she said.

An aging shopping mall south of Minneapolis shows how the pandemic is hurting lenders and investors.

I mean, it’s still going to hurt because it’s less money, but we’re going to be fine reopening.

The contraction has hurt the Neumans’ bottom line, but it has also given the couple a chance to retrain their teams, tightening procedures that can naturally loosen over time.