More importantly, she stopped blaming her father for inflicting pain on her, and saw that she was the cruel one in her adult life.
It also has the dubious glory that, in parts of the Arab world at least, comes with inflicting pain on Israel.
Firearms, after all, are inanimate objects, incapable of inflicting harm on their own initiative.
Alarmed, Kegui brandished a knife and, official accounts say, slashed at the intruders, inflicting injuries, then fled.
Gómez and Barros have been charged with forced slavery, inflicting bodily harm on a child and false imprisonment.
A bit of shrapnel had knocked him down, inflicting a superficial scalp-wound, which was healing rapidly.
One day an Indian ran a splinter far into his foot, inflicting a very serious wound.
The duty of inflicting punishment, like all duty, is often hard and unwelcome.
It hit the buck in the left flank, inflicting a painful wound.
I succeeded again in inflicting several more wounds upon him, any one of which might have been mortal.