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to become lower in quality, character, or condition

to become or cause to become rotten or unsound

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Highly deteriorated logs were chipped using a sumner Iron Works chipper, and then hammer milled to a 60-mesh particle size using a Bliss Industries Hammermill with a screen size of 1.
Mrs Walker said that because her mother's health had deteriorated so much, she would have to go into a nursing home when she came out of hospital.
Seventy-one percent of respondents reported no difference in premenstrual mood symptoms before and after beginning pill use; 16% said that symptoms deteriorated, and 12% said they improved.
Solution 3: Repair by welding--Permanent molds made of steel exhibit longer life because deteriorated areas may be repaired by conventional welding.
Muto said the latest readings were severe as business confidence has deteriorated and companies are feeling excess workforce.
The placement of the deteriorating section of pipe allowed PLIDCO to offer a number of workable solutions that included a Sole+Mate which would have served as reinforcement to the deteriorated pipeline, or some standard PLIDCO fittings.
deteriorated pole of LT Line at Village Murdongari under Makdi D/C & For Replacement of 01 No.
ISLAMABAD -- Kashmiri freedom movement leader Yasin Malik has been shifted to Intensive Care Unit (ICU) as his health deteriorated critically.
Multan -- Health condition of at least four persons of same family including a girl deteriorated after eating poisonous meal in Multan.
One will stimulate the production of new affordable rental housing and the rehabilitation of severely deteriorated existing rental housing for low- to moderate-income households.
If they had reattached the arm and it had impaired function or deteriorated over time, it would cause greater psychological damage to the growing child.
Testing an experimental treatment that they liken to replacing old, deteriorated film in a camera with a fresh roll, scientists have begun injecting cells harvested from the eyes of aborted fetuses into the eyes of people with retinitis pigmentosa, the most common inherited cause of blindness.
It is very much a problem of highly deteriorated housing as opposed to the whole housing stock, and most of that [deteriorated stock] is owned by the City," Davenport added.
It is well recognized that the thermal center of heavy section ductile iron castings is susceptible to the formation of a number of types of deteriorated graphite, seriously impairing the mechanical properties.
Existing deteriorated piers and sunken dry docks will be removed which improves aquatic habitat by decreasing shading of the waterway.