reparability


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rep·a·ra·ble

 (rĕp′ər-ə-bəl)
adj.
Possible to repair: reparable damage to the car; reparable wrongs.

[French réparable, from Latin reparābilis, from reparāre, to repair; see repair1.]

rep′a·ra·bil′i·ty n.
rep′a·ra·bly adv.
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Based on the offering, products segment is estimated to have a lucrative growth during the forecast period as products are becoming more reliable and require less frequent maintenance due to factors such as better design or reparability over time.
The modern edition of the iconic Volkswagen model is set to cease production Wednesday, but people in Cuautepec on the outskirts of Mexico City still rely on the original no-frills version, praising it for its affordability, reparability and, most of all, its dexterity at handling the district's steep streets.
This will lead to sustainable and techno-economically competitive FRTCs, targeting advanced functionalities: reparability, reprocessability and recyclability (3R) using new resin formulations.
The platform, which posts the reparability reports of phones by performing their autopsy, said that Samsung had asked it to take down the article via a 'trusted partner'.
Chromalloy will perform inspections of all Navy-provided LM2500 components for serviceability and use industry-best practices to assess the parts for reparability. The repairs include water flow inspections, cleaning and stripping of airfoil coating, and employing weld and braze build-up processes to return worn or damaged parts to new part dimensional measurements.
This finding is consistent with opinions in literature about the micro- and macrovascular chronic complications of T2DM, such as diabetic retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy and diabetic foot.1,14,16 This metaphor emphasised the reparability of T2DM as well as revealing its damaging aspect as a contribution to literature.
(25,53,62,63,64,65) Prefabricated glass-fiber posts seem to demonstrate less resistance than cast post-and-core, but present a more favorable failure pattern, providing more reparability. (4,49) In a 4-year clinical evaluation, the success rate of cast posts-and-cores (cemented approach) was 84% compared to 95% when using glass-fiber posts and composite resin cores (adhesive approach); root fractures and crown dislodgements were observed only in the cast post-and-core group.
It was worthy noted that the good reparability of peak areas was achieved in this study.
(1,12,49) Meniscectomy may be favored for chronic root tears where healing capacity and meniscus tissue quality is poor, however the defnition of chronicity with respect to reparability has yet to be established.
reparability, net benefits that arguably outweigh the right, tolerance