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protected from being hurt, damaged, lost, stolen, etc.
not likely to upset people or to cause problems
safe from attack, harm, or damage
providing protection against something harmful or dangerous
not likely to harm or hurt anyone or anything
capable of being prevented
capable of being controlled or kept within safe limits
safe, or in good condition
protected from harm or danger by a particular person or organization
used to describe something which is done more carefully and over a longer period of time …
the work that a teacher does when they teach a particular subject, especially to one person or to...
the practice of giving birth in the presence of several friends and relatives
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