DNH

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AcronymDefinition
DNHDo No Harm
DNHDomain Name Holders
DNHDirectory Number Hunt
DNHDike-New Hartford (Dike, IA)
DNHDirection Nationale de l'Hydraulique (French: National Hydraulic Authority; Mali)
DNHDo Not Hire (employment)
DNHDo Not Hospitalize
DNHDirección Nacional de Hidrocarburos (Ecuador)
DNHDistrict of New Hampshire (court cases citing)
DNHDesign New Haven (New Haven, CT)
DNHDoutor Nichires Holdings (Japanese holding company)
DNHDiffusion des Normes Humanitaires (French: Dissemination of Humanitarian Standards)
DNHDigitale Nederlandse Hoorspel-encyclopedie (digital reference for Dutch radioplays)
DNHDave's Not Here (band)
DNHDalnet Help
DNHDeoxyribonucleohelicates
DNHDen Norske Høyttalerfabrikk GmbH (Norwegian: The Norwegian Loudspeaker Factory)
DNHDirectory Number Hunt - Telephone
References in periodicals archive ?
As Koocher approvingly noted in a paper on "21st Century" ethics that he presented at the APA's New Orleans conference: "The dictum of 'do no harm' has evolved to 'do as little harm as possible.'"
never do harm to anyone." "First, do no harm" (Primum non nocere) has been attributed to Galen, who practiced 550 to 600 years later than Hippocrates.
They have done so by confidently asserting two absolute principles: the "do no harm" principle and the right to private property.