Noun(1) the process of wasting(2) anything lost by wear or waste
(1) After all, so many simple things are overlooked in most houses, such as using the optimum amount of water for cooking, getting leaking taps repaired in time and avoiding wastage of water in general.(2) By getting the domestic consumer to pay an amount of money that is based on usage, there will be more awareness and less wastage of a valuable natural resource.(3) the influence of academic ability on student wastage(4) If power is given free to farmers, they will not care to switch it off soon even after their job is finished; thus, it will result in wastage .(5) Often this wastage is a direct result of cost shifting between federal and state/territory governments.(6) 120 staff were lost through natural wastage(7) The most common signs are muscle wastage , diarrhoea and respiratory distress in pigs aged between six and 14 weeks.(8) wastage was cut by 50 percent(9) Thankfully, faith in the surgeon was justified and three operations later Weller made a full recovery, following one more season of frustration due to muscle wastage caused by 60-odd days in hospital.(10) He noted that the problem the region had in the fisheries sector have been the non optimal utilisation of existing resources hence the need to address issues of quality control and wastage arising from inadequate processing facilities.(11) But this is a compelling history, tinged with sadness, not only for the human suffering and wastage , but also at the despoiling of a unique and magnificent landscape and destruction of the nomadic way of life.(12) A removable fibre cast pot means the 31-year-old can already do vital stretching exercises on his ankle and knee that will prevent muscle wastage .(13) Concerns about the clinical implications, the cost of routine medication, and the possible excessive wastage resulting from the return of units to the blood bank have led us to question our practice.(14) During the off-season, you have to work on your muscles to prevent wastage .(15) When you consider that it costs more than that sum to construct just a good harbour, you can see there was no wastage there.(16) Doesn't an automated parking fee system do away with the wastage of destroying unsold coupons every two years, or ensure non-evasion of parking fees, or even eradicate littering in car parks?
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