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Repaired

In numismatics, describing a damaged coin that has been fixed. A repaired coin generally is worth more than a damaged coin, but is not as valuable as a coin in mint condition or even a used coin that has never been damaged.
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There have been many instances where she has taken the initiative and gotten an object repaired instead of throwing it away.
Less severe deficiencies that, if left unrepaired for a number of years, could result in future damage to the structure or a breach in the building envelope, are grouped together with the recommendation that they be repaired within the next "X" number of years.
The 'droop' of the principal cantilevered floor deck (allegedly caused by Wright's overruling of the contractor and structural engineer on the amount of reinforcement needed) was successfully repaired by means of multi-million dollar structural post-tensioning works, undertaken to the very highest conservation standards.
Failed STE-M1/FVS components can be repaired. Just send the failed components (VTM, CIB, set communicator, CX-205 cable, or gun simulator) to:
A much more reasonable approach to maintaining instrument and equipment quality, and protecting a facility's investment, is to have deteriorating equipment repaired.
Insurers perform inspections on a certain percentage of vehicles repaired by DRP shops.
Unfortunately, the law makes no distinction between what might be termed an "administrative" Unsafe (a minor crack on a rear facade that hasn't widened in ten years, noted as SWARMP in Cycle 5 but not yet repaired) and a newly discovered "barricade -the-streets-call-out-the-National-Guard" Unsafe, (a parapet wall of a 30-story building adjacent to a schoolyard, that has shifted 6" outward in the last 48 hours).
The court concluded that the unit of property being repaired was the aircraft, not the engine, and that engine maintenance expenses did not materially add to the aircraft's value, appreciably prolong its useful life or adapt it for a new or different use.
Besides, the faulty switch could not be "repaired," but only disabled.
In this example, only 40 percent of all I-level induction are repaired at the I-Level because I-level shops cannot rewind and balance the rotor.
Capital improvements made to one asset do not change the character of expenditures made to a different asset, even where the separate assets are repaired or replaced pursuant to the same general plan.(31)