unrepair


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unrepair

(ˌʌnrɪˈpɛə)
n
a less common word for disrepair
ˌunreˈpaired adj
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Finally, this require the citizens and active leaders of Southern-Sudan to work together to solve this massive conflict on time and to prevent dynamic corruption and mass violent toward beyond unrepair's and recover.
More importantly, what cause the challenges most people talks, as an issue is corruption and power struggle, which is caused an ever growing massive-conflict beyond unrepaired and unrecovered in the nation in three months.
Moreover, beams G3R2 and G4R3 have an ultimate capacity of the unrepair section of around 85 kN, while for beam G2R1 it is 71 kN, which leads to making the CFRP sheets of beam G2R1 take a strain of 6100 [micro]st to achieve load capacity of 131 kN, while beams G3R2 and G4R3 take a strain of 5400 [micro]st and 5870 [micro]st to achieve load capacity of 130.7 kN and 128 kN, respectively.