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1. Some of the damage passes unrepaired and accumulates as the days, months and years pass by.
2. If left unrepaired these bridges may crumble at any time, wreaking economic havoc and possibly claiming human lives.
3. Upon request the original lighter will be returned, unrepaired , for keepsake purposes.
4. Public buildings will go unrepaired, roads and railways unbuilt.
5. Left unrepaired, someone may discover it and publish a warning about your company.
6. Infants and young children with unrepaired tetralogy of Fallot are often blue ( cyanotic ).
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7. Unrepaired, this type of damage can lead to premature aging and cancer.
8. It is not known how unrepaired DNA damage accelerates ageing or its relevance to natural ageing.
9. Exposed brickwork above the kitchen sink rained red on the plates and stayed unrepaired.
10. The road was narrow and twisting, the surface frequently broken, and left unrepaired for years because of the war.
11. Disk systems will repair themselves or can be left unrepaired for years.
12. Objective To analyse the characteristics of appearance of dental arch of patients with unrepaired cleft palate.
13. DNA double-strand break is probably the most lethal attack, with as little as one unrepaired DSB being capable of triggering programmed cell death.
14. Let a pane break in a public window and it will go unrepaired for months.
15. Far from it. He then averred darkly that he did "not know how we would face the next generation if we left this injustice unrepaired ."
16. In poorer areas teachers often go unpaid for months, and school buildings unrepaired.
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