extent of damage


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extent of damage

The visible plan area of damage to a target element, usually expressed in units of 1,000 square feet, in detailed damage analysis and in approximate percentages in immediate-type damage assessment reports; e.g., 50 percent structural damage.
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There is still no word on the extent of damage and possible casualties inflicted by the raids.
Also, the rate at which service is restored varies based upon the level of difficulty of each repair and other factors such as extent of damage and location of the outage.
The executive director of Edaran Tan Chong Motor Sdn Bhd, Datuk Dr Ang Bon Beng, stated that further decision will be made after March 26 as the automaker continues to assess the extent of damage to its facilities and equipment and parts suppliers.
22, 2011 (TAP) - The Tunisian Agriculture and Fisheries Union (UTAP) decided, at the end of its meeting held on Friday in Tunis, to set up regional and local committees to assess the extent of damage to agricultural products, livestock, equipment, and buildings due to acts of looting that took place during the recent uprising in the county.
The majority of politically aware individuals know full well the extent of damage that Labour did to the British economy.
Summary: The cause of the explosion and extent of damage is currently unknown-US Navy says.
0, struck in mid-afternoon in the border area between Mianzhu and Shifang, the report said, but no information is yet available on the extent of damage from the latest earthquake.
The committee's reports describing the extent of damage to homes will be sent to the Civil Defense offices in Yanbu and Madinah.
Insp Mark Howe said: "Filming the scene of an incident documents much more than an officer could explain verbally such as the extent of damage to a property or a victim's fear.
Because of the extent of damage and the number of murals, the task may be overwhelming.
The phase-out of leaded gasoline started more than three decades ago in the world's developed countries, when the extent of damage to the nervous system and vital organs of those exposed to lead became apparent.
John Kirwan, the magazine's editor, said: "These figures show the extent of damage that smuggling is doing to retailers' businesses across the UK.