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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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Throughout the afternoon, I tried calling the airline's baggage claim directly to inform them they would be paying my repairman directly.
The repairman's estimate of $1,000 seems a bit high.
The repairman said he could not take them to the party and instead had to drive them all home.
Jump retired in July from his role as Maytag Corp.'s Ol' Lonely, hanging up his trademark blue repairman's uniform after 14 years and about 80 commercials and print ads.
Sky are now telling customers that a repairman will no longer go on a roof if it is more than 30ft high - unless he has special equipment.
An Ohio man who worked as an auto-body repairman for 15 years while pursuing a career as an artist and painter has a new comic distributed by Creators Syndicate.
When technology or international trade displaces a semi-skilled manufacturing worker, moving to a good job now means getting the training to become a computer repairman or a laboratory technician.
Phony Office Equipment Repairmen: In this seam, a repairman shows up at an office announcing he's been called to fix the copying machine.
Another study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology suggested that men occupationally exposed to EMFs "may experience an increased risk of breast cancer," and of the 227 men in the study diagnosed with breast cancer between 1983 and 1987, breast cancer cases were six times more likely than the control group to report they had worked in the electric trade or related occupations (electrician, telephone or electric line repairman, electric appliance repairman, communications or broadcasting technician, welder or engineer).
But then the repairman arrives in a red shirt and climbs the pole and it looks just like the right-sized rose has bloomed on the wooden stem.