He was very much in that damaging routine that celebrities on the road get into.
He lambasts the case as without evidence, an unfair trial, and damaging for the American reputation.
And this presents an unique opportunity for American celebrities interested in damaging the Hollywood gossip machine.
It will be seen that none of the above is, in any conceivable sense, damaging to liberals or beneficial to conservatives.
But getting trapped under a damaging narrative can take weeks to shake off.
And the obscurity would be damaging, were it not for an additional sentence in Luke, who records the same circumstance.
I would be a fool to go among them and receive some damaging blow.
How could Mr. Ferris substantiate by proof any of the damaging allegations he had made against publishers of high standing?
Oh, Annesley Beecher, can you not see how you are damaging your own cause?
He lay awake for a time, wondering what motive the intruder could have for damaging the expedition.