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repair

v. to restore to former condition or in some contracts to operational soundness. Contracts should spell out the repairs to be made and what the final condition will be. Example: roof repairs should be more than a half-baked patching to temporarily halt leaking.

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repair

a new remedy open to consumers in the UK under regulations promulgated in 2002, where goods are supplied in breach of contract. The vendor has the choice to replace instead. This is additional to the traditional rules on breach of contract.
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The residual displacement is a critical parameter for evaluating the repairability of the structure after earthquakes [25], and it basically increases linearly with the drift ratio regardless of any parameters applied to the model, as shown in Figure 15.
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It has a softer durometer enabling repairability. Its Shore A hardness is 20-35.
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