Definition of Damageability
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Damageability
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1. Analytic System for the Measurement of Relative Fire Hazard (mercantile by Albert Flandreau Dean (1906)
"(damageability.) The effects of fires may be divided into Direct and Resultant. Direct Effects are those caused by the actual combustion of the substances ..."
2. Cyclopedia of Fire Prevention and Insurance: A General Reference Work on (1912)
"damageability. The third factor in regard to fire loss ... In regard to the matter of damageability, it is considered that it has no effect upon the ..."
3. Fire Insurance Lectures Delivered Before the Insurance Institute of Hartford by Insurance Institute of Hartford (1917)
"The third thing that affects the rate on occupancy is the question of damageability. Fire and heat are defined as direct effects and the others are ..."
4. Hayden's Annual Cyclopedia of Insurance in the United States (1907)
"But the third feature — that of effect, or the relative damageability of contents as compared with the containing building — is not a percentage of the ..."
5. Reducing Seismic Hazards of Existing Buildings: Workshop Proceedings edited by Roger E. Scholl (1993)
"Both strength and ductility evaluations must be included in screening for damageability. 4. Two levels of earthquake exposure were proposed: "strong" ..."
6. Property Insurance by Lester William Zartman, William Hyde Price (1914)
"comparisons with the building as affected by the various grades of fire protection, according to the theory that the greater the damageability of the ..."
7. Property Insurance: Comprising Fire and Marine Insurance, Corporate Surety by Solomon Stephen Huebner (1915)
"Mr. Dean has also elaborately classified the "effect" or damageability of various classes of merchandise. Merchandise, represented by the insignia "Dl" in ..."
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