The word loss is a noun. Loss means (1) the act of losing, (2) the disadvantage that results from losing something, (3) the experience of losing a loved one, (4) euphemistic expressions for death, (5) military personnel lost by death or capture, (6) the amount by which the cost of a business exceeds its revenue, (7) something that is lost, (8) gradual decline in amount or activity.
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A computer virus is the dread of any computer-user. Computer viruses can wreak havoc on a computer system, from causing annoying pop-ups to crashing a system, resulting in the loss of information.
The USGS provides the nation with scientific information about the Earth. This information is used to help manage the country's natural resources efficiently, minimize loss of life and property from natural disasters, and protect and enhance our quality of life.
If you routinely experience loss or grief at work, it can be helpful to find a way of acknowledging tragedy and releasing the pain at the end of each day.
By Laura Maloney, Communityvoice. Forbes. Thursday, 22 Aug 2019 15:43:00 +0000.
Stressful experiences in middle age are associated with greater memory loss among women later in life, but this link is not found in men, a new study says.
Newsmax. Wednesday, 21 Aug 2019 10:38:28 EDT.
A new study has developed a statistical toolbox to help avoid seagrass loss which provides shelter, food and oxygen to fish and at-risk species like dugongs and green turtles.
Science Daily. Monday, 19 Aug 2019 09:30:03 EDT.
The loss of the longtime hospital in Fort Scott, Kan., has forced a change in the way ER care is provided, including a greater reliance on air ambulances.
Sarah Jane Tribble. NPR. Sunday, 18 Aug 2019 07:55:00 -0400.
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