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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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Maiti, "Bi-criteria solid transportation problem with substitutable and damageable items in disaster response operations on fuzzy rough environment," Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, vol.
It is also very easily damageable, as it not only supports load but also permits relative motion [3, 4].
As a result, ad-blocking reduces the web diversity because a part of contents and services are no longer available and it is damageable for consumers.
These color displays take an enormous number of transistors.But since transistors are known to be fickle and easily damageable devices, one major problem with LCD screens is dead pixels because of defective transistors.
"Therefore, we call on the consumer to be highly knowledgeable and aware of the importance of ensuring that he/she purchases only according to the actual need and not hoard easily damageable or perishable goods.
Maiti, Production-inventory models for a damageable item with variable demands and inventory costs in an imperfect production process.
The high pressure is so damageable for water energy.
We also tried to standardize SePLND in view of the operative limitations of salvage surgery due to the scar formation after primary therapy and the presence of easily damageable structures like pelvic vessels and nerves.