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damage Examples

EN[ˈdæmɪdʒ]
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    Examples of damage in a Sentence

  • Examples of damage
    1. Due to the merangiotic nature of rabbit retina, most of the blood supply of the inner retina is derived from the choriocapillaris [47 ], which would likely lead to rapid retinal damage, if blocked by a non-permeable implant.
    2. Vineyard owners, many of them in midharvest when the fire struck, have begun adding up the effects of heat and smoke, which can damage grape quality even if vines survive.
    3. It has been associated with persistent pain in the upper teeth, infraorbital neuralgia, oroantral fistula, sinusitis, potential damage to sphenopalatine ganglion and vidian nerve, and, rarely, blindness.
    4. Overbleaching your hair can damage it.
    5. Malabsorptive operations, such as Roux-en-Y gastric bypass and the duodenal switch, can lead to hyperoxaluria, oxalate lithiasis and renal oxalosis which can in turn cause renal damage.
  • Examples of damages
    1. noneconomic damages
    2. Consequently, the eventual decision is not likely to affect punitive damages in nonmaritime cases.
    3. The jury awarded $10,000 in punitive damages.
    4. He may be insulting, a miserable rotter and a fool, but unless he slanders or libels you, or damages your property, you do not have standing to sue him.
    5. to be cast in damages
    6. The court found that the injurer was liable for damages.
    7. to recover damages in trespass; to recover debt and costs in a suit at law
    8. he refused to instruct that actual intent to harm or recklessness had to be found before punitive damages could be awarded, or that a verdict for respondent should differentiate between compensatory and punitive damages.
    9. Two years after the flood, my lawyer managed to hammer out a settlement with my insurance company over the damages.
    10. A landlord recouped the rent of premises from damages awarded to the plaintiff for eviction.
  • Examples of damaged
    1. Chelsea kept their faint Premier League title hopes alive and damaged Manchester United's own ambitions as they came from behind to beat the leaders at Stamford Bridge.
    2. The house was condemned after it was badly damaged by fire.
    3. No. 8 in his top 10 rules of Wall Street self-defense: “Remember that brain-damaged people will outtrade you.”
    4. The damaged submarine came up successfully, but was incapable of resubmerging and was captured on the surface.
    5. I sent the video back to the store as it was damaged.
    6. They hastened outside between storms to shore up the damaged fence.
    7. This year that show featured a story about a patient with fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, a disorder in which damaged muscles and connective tissue turn to bone, forming, essentially, a second skeleton.
  • Examples of damaging
    1. Some said the article was a mean-spirited, unnecessarily damaging nonstory.
    2. One particularly damaging, but often ignored, effect of conflict on education is the proliferation of attacks on schools [ …] as children, teachers or school buildings become the targets of attacks. Parents fear sending their children to school.
    3. The editor decided that repunctuating Shakespeare's sonnets risked damaging their meaning.
    4. Fabio Capello's out of sorts side looked to be heading for a damaging defeat and a heavy blow to their hopes of reaching Poland and Ukraine next summer as Switzerland deservedly took command.
    5. Belkoff et al. reported that pain reduction was attributable to the immobility and inhibition of micromovements of the fractured fragment and the cytotoxic effect of PMMA, which relieves pain by damaging the terminal nerve.
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