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In DPP v Smith [1961] AC 290, the House of Lords held that the words 'grievous bodily harm' simply mean 'really serious harm'. In Saunders [1985] Crim LR 230, it was decided that it would not be a misdirection to leave out the word 'really'; the words 'serious harm' would suffice.
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