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DMGDDamaged (aircraft)
DMGDDimunitive Male Genitalia Disorder
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Damaged public property includes Rs26m worth of damages to the metro bus station at Faizabad.
Giving district-wise details of damaged/partially damaged educational institutions, official sources on Sunday said in Swat the number was 307 which included 54 fully damaged and 253 partially damaged while in Buner the number was 190 including 22 fully damaged and 168 partially damaged.
Giving district-wise details of damaged/partially damaged educational institutions, official sources on Wednesday said in Swat the number was 307 which included 54 fully damaged and 253 partially damaged while in Buner the number was 190 including 22 fully damaged and 168 partially damaged.
I measured bioassay damage in this experiment by photographing the excised leaf before and after the bioassay and quantifying damaged leaf area using ImageJ software (Rasband 2012).
The effects of damaged tresses can include frizz, breakage, dullness and hair that is difficult to comb and style.
Hurricanes: Destroyed, 33, damaged,17, pilots killed, 23, missing, 0, wounded, 11.
The researchers next identified 69 smokers or former smokers with a variety of damaged brain areas caused by strokes, surgery, or other factors.
In the NFMC column, add: "Brier housing is peened, cracked or damaged. Buffer shaft is bent, mushroomed, peened or cracked.
If the tiles had been damaged, that would be excluded property damage, but since exclusions have to be read and applied narrowly and in favor of the insured whenever reasonably possible, the damage to the tubs is just collateral and indirect damage since the subcontractor was not actually working on the tubs.
Access to many of the most severely damaged neighborhoods was delayed as civil authorities cordoned off areas deemed unsafe, again forcing insurers to reverse typical catastrophe response practices of working outward from the most severely to the least impacted communities.
Jude's Cathedral in Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut territory, was extensively damaged by fire on the night of Nov.