bodily property


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n bodily property an attribute of the body
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In literature:

That our bodily properties have changed in the past admits of no doubt.
"A Librarian's Open Shelf" by Arthur E. Bostwick
He had borne submissively the loss of children, property, and of bodily health.
"The All-Sufficiency of Christ" by Charles Henry Mackintosh

In news:

Property damage,' 'bodily injury' did not arise from alleged misplaced body.
Consider the claims that might be brought against you for bodily injury or property damage (or both) resulting from a car accident.
In addition to a policy that protects me from cargo damage claims, I have a general liability policy that covers bodily injury and property damage claims.
While some personal auto insurance policies will cover you up to your policy limits for bodily injury and property damage you cause while driving a rental vehicle, others will not.
This judge -made law, called the "common law," has generally worked well and continues today to govern thousands of cases including those involving contracts, property rights and bodily injuries.

In science:

The philosophy of personal identity provides the most obvious examples: viz. puzzle cases where the verdicts of proposals based on bodily properties, and those based on psychological properties, differ. (This is so even if we consider only one of [i] and [ii].
On the Persistence of Homogeneous Matter
For [i], the tra jectories determined by “tracking” bodily properties (albeit slowly changing) and by “tracking” psychological properties (albeit slowly changing) diverge.
On the Persistence of Homogeneous Matter