breakage


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  • noun

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Synonyms for breakage

an act, instance, or consequence of breaking

Synonyms for breakage

the quantity broken

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reimbursement for goods damaged while in transit or in use

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If you have a ball-type check valve, you're going to get glass breakage and reduced mechanical properties.
Second, the "cup" breakage problem was a result of the current method employed to remove the surplus shell on the top and bottom of the mold.
Lighter in weight and less susceptible to breakage than glass or porcelain materials, they showed immediate promise for lowering transportation costs, easing installation and reducing maintenance.
Ironically, the lerp psyllid insect that has lately stricken the foliage of many Valley eucalyptuses may have decreased the chance of limb breakage in those trees.
A recent study suggests that condom age is the best predictor of breakage during use (([R.
Prolonged dampness will both weaken the wheel and cause warpage and breakage.
Areas showing growth or promising potential include products such as drive-train components for engines in heavy-duty diesel trucks; lightweight armor for military and commercial vehicles, including land, sea and air; industrial tools and parts for manufacturing processes; and other applications where resistance to heat, friction, corrosion, wear and breakage are required or highly desired.
has paid a breakage cost of [pounds sterling]65,044 in connection with the conversion of the
But wine sold by the bottle shouldn't differ a whole lot from its regular retail price plus, perhaps, a small service charge for handling and a built-in glass breakage cost.
Further improvements are needed in diamond-tip preparation and cleaning and protection against accidental breakage of the needle's delicate support system.
Like other products in the Nalgene beverage container product line, the OTG is made from rigid polycarbonate (PC), which resists breakage and withstands extreme temperatures.
Meanwhile Cadburys Trebor Bassett challenged a group of girls from King Edward VI High School, Birmingham to investigate the causes of cocoa bean breakage in transport.
ABSTRACT: This study compared the concentrations of major and trace elements in the enamel of incisors from moose (Alces alces andersoni) in Cape Breton Highlands, where the incidence of incisor tooth breakage was believed to be unusually high, and moose in southwest Nova Scotia (A.
poultry processor has reduced downtime by replacing the conveyor belt on an accumulator with a new link type chain that is operating far longer without breakage.
The analyses are based on data from 919 participants who made at least one follow-up visit and reported on both their sexual activity and their frequency of condom use (categorized as consistent, or 100% use, with neither breakage nor slippage; consistent with breakage or slippage; inconsistent; or no use).