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damage control

[′dam·ij kən‚trōl]
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Procedures for maintaining or restoring integrity, stability, or weapon power of a ship or aircraft.
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* Damage-control personnel need to know the impact these DC pipe-patching kits have on their required shipboard inventory and manage this inventory accordingly.
After experts challenged the implied cause-and-effect message, officials of the nonprofit Mountain-Pacific Quality Health Foundation moved into damage-control mode.
As everyone from Robert Reich to Jay Mazur of the Union of Needle Trades and Industrial Employees saluted the industry leaders for caring enough to attend, it was easy enough to discern the outlines of a corporate damage-control strategy.
The Mexican government went into a damage-control mode following last December's devaluation of the peso and the tumultuous impact on the emerging markets that resulted.
1 damage-control stationand instructed all personnel to proceed to their stations and secure all watertight doors.