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damage

[′dam·ij]
(ordnance)
An injury short of complete destruction inflicted upon persons, equipment, or installations.
To cause damage.
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I told him that though my cargo of tobacco was damaged, yet that it was not quite lost; that the merchant I had been consigned to had so honestly managed for me that I had not wanted, and that I hoped, with frugal management, I should make it hold out till more would come, which I expected by the next fleet; that in the meantime I had retrenched my expenses, and whereas I kept a maid last season, now I lived without; and whereas I had a chamber and a dining-room then on the first floor, as he knew, I now had but one room, two pair of stairs, and the like.
If they're damaged goods, they're like enough to be a bit the better quality.
go--ten shillin' for the whole lot--ten yards, countin' the damaged un--five-an'-twenty shillin' 'ud ha' been the price, not a penny less.
Glegg was busy examining the damaged yard, and throwing her head back to see how far the fault would be lost on a distant view.
That damaged bit's turned your stomach now; I see it has," said Bob, wrapping the muslin up with the utmost quickness, and apparently about to fasten up his pack.
PDR cannot be performed if the dents are too large, if there are too many dents or if the paint finish is damaged.
However, in Tulsa, lots of cars were damaged, so the work may take a little longer due to the volume of vehicles that need to be repaired.
Total deductibles for damaged or destroyed Methodist church properties in New Orleans Parish, for example, are valued at more than $100 million--costs a church that has lost almost everything would have to assume on its own, said spokeswoman Linda Green.
In the disk array configuration that consists of multiple hard disks for single parity capacity, when one hard disk damaged, the disk array can replace the damaged hard disk with a spare hard disk and restore the system's normal operating mode, a process known as "disk array recovery".
Specimen #1A is obviously damaged to the naked eye, and shows a peak temperature drop of 40 %.
The researchers purified ATR from human connective tissue cells, then mixed the purified ATR with both damaged and undamaged DNA.
In revenue ruling 80-175, however, it changed its position and allowed the sale of damaged timber to qualify for section 1033 treatment.