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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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Iron grills on Murree Road and CCTV camera trolleys were also damaged.
Similarly, in Upper Dir, the number of damaged/partially damaged educational institutions was 311 including 52 fully damaged and 259 partially damaged, in Lower Dir the number was 358 including 16 fully damaged and 342 partially damaged, in Shangla 146 including 29 fully damaged and 117 partially damaged, in Malakand the number was 64 and in Chitral the number was 167.
This is in contrast to findings that Neochetina weevils are more attracted to damaged plants (Perkins et al., 1976) due to the release of volatiles from damaged tissue (Del Fosse & Perkins 1977).
Spitfires: Destroyed, 34, damaged, 24, pilots killed, 25, missing, 0, wounded, 9.
WP 0012 00-2: At the end of INSPECT/REPAIR, add "If buffer/buffer housing assembly is damaged or buffer shows signs of leakage, evacuate to Direct Support."
That exception allows coverage if the damaged work or the work out of which the damage arises was performed by a subcontractor.
Jewers also said some of the cathedral's art and artifacts were damaged and Bishop Andrew Atagotaaluk called the building "unusable." Services are being held in the church hall.
From above mathematical expressions, we know that even if two data points are lost (two hard disks damaged), we can figure out their exact values (data recovery) by making use of remnant data (undamaged hard disks).
Since the dry milling of wheat damages starch, and wheat flour is the predominant ingredient in tortillas, we need to know what effects damaged starch can have on tortilla processing and product quality.
Diagrams presented by the American Society of Civil Engineers, in its report entitled The Pentagon Building Performance Report, show the relative positions of passenger remains found within the damaged structure of the Pentagon.
Neighbors may complain that their property has been damaged as a result of the repair work or that the repair work itself is taking too long and is causing damage to retail tenants.