damage


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an act, instance, or consequence of breaking

the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

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In a damage report released to the media on Tuesday, the NIA said as of April 23 it has recorded damage to five dams in four provinces.
'We did not go there to assess the damage, as per the government's directions,' he said, adding that Mr Khan's repairs were completed by him.
After a claim is filed, adjustors will likely ask several questions about how previous home damage occurred before settling on a claim amount.
The General Establishment for Tobacco sustained around SYP 17.210 billion in damage, while the General Establishment for Cement's damage is estimated at 29.713 billion and the General Establishment for Engineering Industries' damages is around 19.063 billion.
Experiment 1: Effects of Simulated and Real Adult Damage on Weevil Performance and Preference (2010)
The Hair Damage Guide is fully integrated into Croda's website, which gives customers unlimited access to product information, formulas designed to assist them with their projects, and easy access to samples of products proven to prevent or correct hair damage.
One call center notification not made: Root cause for 34 percent of reported damages. The first step in the damage prevention process, excavators must contact their local one call center by calling 811 a few days before digging.
Williams upheld statutory damages of $75, approximately 114 times greater than the plaintiffs' actual damage of 66 cents.
Marrita Murphy challenged the constitutionality of taxing damages for nonphysical injuries.
After surveying all the patients, the team found that 18 of the patients with insula damage had quit smoking as uneventfully as N.
"If damage to the backplate exists to include more than 1/8 inch of the finish missing from the stop, replace the buffer assembly.
However, the exclusions that would prevent coverage for damage to the insured's work are written in such a way that insureds and claim adjusters alike often have problems understanding the correct application.
Tens of thousands of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama homes experienced hours of wind and rain damage before being inundated by the waters of the Gulf and ultimately destroyed by Katrina's storm surge--leaving only a foundation slab behind.
104 excludes from income damages for personal physical injuries or physical sickness.
As every contractor should know, "no damage for delay" clauses are generally valid and enforceable.