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The child was taken to hospital but was later discharged.
After he was discharged from the army, he had intended to return to the world of teaching.
Baker was discharged after the evidence against her was found to be flawed.
Judge Richard Groves discharged the jury after it had failed to reach a verdict.
Mr Givens was discharged from the committee and replaced by Mr Benton.
Many cities discharge their sewage into the sea without treating it at all.
The mercury had been discharged from a local chemical plant.
He died owing the bank £10,000, and his widow was unable to discharge the debt.