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breakage

Commerce compensation or allowance for goods damaged while in use, transit, etc
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If you notice our old plastics, the bottle is half the size, but this one is coming in full depth plastic, which means that you will not be having breakages in the neck or the body.
Technology specialist Buhler has launched a new soft landing system for its optical sorting technology, to reduce product breakages for processors of delicate frozen raspberries.
If a firm records higher breakage in one year than another and includes breakages in revenue, then the gross margin is likely to be higher than a year with lower breakage.
He said: "Detailed investigations carried out over recent months as a result of glass falling from the roof of the station revealed that, although such breakages were rare, the potential for further breakages did exist.
The new Anti Breakage range promises to reduce hair breakages by 95% within 10 days and is designed to appeal to consumers who have damaged hair.
THOUSANDS of insurance claims are being made every year because of breakages by household pets.
Shepard-Grimes said the cluster of breakages occurred because the pipes all were installed in the early 1950s and simultaneously had become weakened by cold weather.
The management meanies at One Devonshire Gardens kept around pounds 500 in tips to pay for breakages.