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Sinkage

 

the blank space left at the top of the first page of a publication. It is usually one-quarter of the height of the page.

recess

1. Any shallow depression in a surface.
2. A shallow depression in a floor; a sinkage.
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The sinkage-log (stress) diagram was drawn in the sinkage range of 0-10 mm to determine pre-compaction stress.
Officials have said that the sinkage of the airport is likely to slow and will not compromise the future of the airport.
Some of this land was formerly a part of the lake and is susceptible to sinkage.
One of the artificial wreaths with faded flowers and a statue of the Sacred Heart in the middle stands at the top of the grave, which is showing signs of sinkage.
I have written many letters and talked to politicians, including those in the White House, making them aware of: the sloppy work, thin walls, wooden wedges, huge cost overruns, Hollywood Boulevard dropping, giveaways to the Community Redevelopment Agency, a sinking bridge, mitigation funds for other than mitigation, men in the tunnel when it was filling with water due to the sink hole, the Lankershim Boulevard sinkage, the El Sombrero nightclub sinkage, the poor treatment of the property and business owners, the loss of businesses because of MTA construction - and now dewatering and the sinkage in the Hollywood Hills.
Waste water can be reinjected into the well to help replenish the reservoir, eliminate pollution, and prevent land sinkage.
3) Treatment Of Bank/Sub-Bank To Prevent Sinkage / Settlement Of Embankment In Between Km 264/0-6 And 273/3-247/1 Between Stations Dimapur-Bokajan Of Lumding-Furkating Bg Section.
The release was discovered yesterday after plant operators discovered a major sinkage of ash on one of the plant's ash storage areas.
Geologically, researchers said Tizayuca was a better option because the Texcoco site is near a lake bed and runs the risk of ground sinkage.