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breakage

Commerce compensation or allowance for goods damaged while in use, transit, etc
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Breakage in the financial transaction process was identified as a major contributor to lost revenue, but it can easily be addressed by utilizing the electronic signature service offered by DocuSign.
As an added layer of moisture, the Soft & Beautiful team of chemists and researchers added a specially formulated complex, which protects against breakage and dryness, to the relaxer creme, activator, shampoo and leave-in conditioner.
As extinction approached, predators might have waned, reducing competition for carcasses and thus reducing tooth breakage, the authors speculate.
Two partial teeth show signs of traumatic breakage, Trinkaus says.
A flexible, heat-resistant filter holder virtually eliminates filter movement during use, reduces the risk of breakage of both the bulb and the filter and prevents any visible light leakage.
The use of social network analysis enables the development of effective defence strategies through the detection and disclosure of structures within conspiring groupings and the identification of affiliates or potential breakage points.
A questionnaire given to 428 single men and women examined incidents of condom breakage and slippage over the previous three months.
Agitator shaft and arm breakage are common problems that require major downtime for PET crystallizers.
X-rays taken Sunday revealed no breakage, but JetHawks manager Mike Aldrete said Williams won't play until after seeing a local doctor Wednesday.
To prevent tool breakage, maximum possible feed rate cannot nearly be used.
Stresses applied by already fractured rock above and the unfractured material beneath the layer encourage polygon-shaped breakage patterns.
This unit will reduce the cost associated with core breakage.