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defective

[di′fek·tiv]
(science and technology)
An item or product which has at least one defect.
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Results of statistical analysis of technical state of investigated earth dams in 1997-2009 Average of Average of defectiveness defectiveness points points County (in 1997) (in 2002-2009) Alytus 3.
For instance, there were large-effect size differences between patients and partners on the schemata of defectiveness and approval-seeking.
We try to make plausible the idea that if academic groups were caught up in defective thoughts, the defectiveness would be resistant to correction.
or physicians who contradict the family's assessment of defectiveness.
Another important element making the network learning process difficult to achieve is the defectiveness of data forming the learning set, which means that the proper data are contained in the proper set but they do not bring as much information as they should.
The next section deals with product defectiveness and contains discussions of the nature and proof of defectiveness, manufacturing defects, design defects, and limitations on defectiveness.
This ontological illusion, that there is an abstract and detachable "it," upon which research can be directed, probably lies behind the defectiveness of much emotion research.
In both films, self-pity over New Zealand's national defectiveness competes with a jubilant and ironic embrace of disability, real or perceived.
The complaint blames the nano's defectiveness on the film of plastic resin that covers it to protect it from damage.
Other NDT techniques measure parameters that are irrelevant to component defectiveness.
Often the terms "deaf," "hard of hearing," or "hearing impaired" imply some form of defectiveness or disability, something that must be remedied, and/or intellectual abilities that are subpar.