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Harm, diminution, or destruction of an organ, body part, system, or function.
[M.E., fr. O.Fr., fr. L. damnum, loss, harm]
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If your vehicle was damaged, there are six steps you should take to restore it to its pre-accident condition, according to The Progressive Group of Insurance Companies.
The estimated number of Southern Baptist churches destroyed or damaged by Katrina in south Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
These shadow sections show an important fact that in the process of RAID 5 recovery, if there appear any bad sectors, RAID 5 data will be half-baked and it may cause some data to be damaged, or severe damage to the system, depending on the location of "shadow sections".
The method of converting the damaged property to cash no longer should prevent a taxpayer from receiving the benefits of involuntary conversion treatment.
80-175, which also involved the sale of trees damaged in a hurricane, the Service revoked Rev.
The following compensation will be available for owners of lost or damaged vehicles, said Antonelli:
He didn't have specific figures for the number of trees damaged but said it's clearly in the thousands.
In the context of property damage, it is difficult to conceive of property being damaged by exposure in residence similar to the way that human cells were damaged in the Wood case.
The complaint had charged that the negligence included improper placement of diesel fuel tanks in 7 World Trade Center which, Deutsche Bank argued, exploded and caused 7 WTC's collapse, resulting in a dust and debris plume that damaged the Bank's building.
People treated with EPO also tended to have smaller areas of damaged brain tissue, as measured by brain scans a month after their stroke.
We postulated that if AS produces oxidative DNA damage, this specific enzyme, having both DNA glycosylase and endonuclease activities, will recognize and cleave the damaged bases, and that consequently DNA strand breaks will be produced at enzyme-sensitive sites.
Some customers on the heavily damaged Sammamish Plateau will have their power restored today, but scattered areas will not be restored until later in the week, probably Wednesday or Thursday.