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defective

[di′fek·tiv]
(science and technology)
An item or product which has at least one defect.
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Therefore, to solve the set task: the development of a method for estimating the guaranteed level of insulation defectiveness, the data array is divided into a deterministic linear function f(t) (trend: solid line) and a random value in accordance with the trend model with error (1) in [7] (see Fig.
2d 671, 673-74 (Ga 1994) ("[W]e conclude that the better approach is to evaluate design defectiveness under a test balancing the risks inherent in a product design against the utility of the product so designed.
51) However, other prominent scholars suggest the drafters contemplated design defectiveness, particularly in [section] 402A's comment i.
But while it is easy to speculate that romanticized Lebanese views of Germany may include a considerable dose of wishful thinking to compensate for perceptions of defectiveness in their own socioeconomic structures and hopes that are juxtaposed with systemic deficiencies in the organization of the state, getting hung up on the infatuations with German cars and football and the craving for Germanness may also distract from some areas of mutual interest that deserve greater attention.
The plaintiff's lawyers in Cyprus consider this modification to the labelling as evidence of the product's defectiveness prior to 2011," they said.
Finally, I shared that joining a fellowship of fellow alcoholics in AA could go a long way toward reducing his shame and sense of defectiveness about having the disease of alcoholism.
The femoral bone transformation and bone substance defectiveness due to exostosis can be countered by using a cemented polished tapered stem, which minimizes the invasiveness of the surgery.
It continuously and dynamically changes the attack surface [2] of a defense system in multilevels, so that the intruded target in the face of a malicious adversary has the characteristics of heterogeneity, randomness, and unpredictability, consequently, improving the defense defectiveness by increasing the uncertainty and complexity of the malicious adversary.
26 billion UH-1D acquisition project under the AFP Modernization Program which have been wracked in controversy after claims of bidding irregularities and the aircraft's defectiveness.
309) Instead, the plaintiff must prove that the product was defective, and it was the manufacturer's negligence that caused the defectiveness.
Another study examining the mediating role of EMSs among parental perception and depressive symptoms in young adults demonstrated that the symptom of depression was associated with the Defectiveness and Shame, Insufficient Self-control and Vulnerability to Harm schemas (50).
A third point is that defectiveness is a slippery concept.