defect from (something)

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defect from (something)

To leave some place, often under repressive conditions and when it is prohibited. I defected from my homeland after witnessing the atrocities carried out by the government.
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defect from something

to run away from something; to forsake something. Thousands of soldiers defected from the army. Roger would never think of defecting from the armed services.
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The same method can be adopted in the case of police report statements as early investigation shows that defects from human statements are quite similar.
The effort focuses on detecting and eliminating the defects from the existing requirements documents [4].
In passive case ascertainment, the birth defects surveillance program receives reports of cases of infants with birth defects from different data sources such as hospitals, clinics, and other sources.
Researchers linked data for select birth defects from two independent birth defects surveillance programs in Florida that used active and passive case ascertainment methods, respectively [22].
However sophisticated ILI hardware and software may currently be, final interpretation of pipe defects from the data signatures is the responsibility of a trained human data analyst.
It is critical to have defect containment procedures to prevent defects from reaching customers.
As a result, fill gun pressures often are adjusted to optimize the fill process for a given set of conditions, stopping the defects from forming.
Second, this analysis could not separate infants with isolated defects from those with more than one major defect or those with a recognized syndrome.
Defect detection is the process of separating the defects from the otherwise good product background.
The researchers identified 131 infants born with limb defects from 1988 through 1992.
A deep understanding of these fundamentals and their interactions is necessary to initially design a product and process that will be free of these defects from the start, and then be able to control them in a robust manner during production.
Four foundries share their whats, whys and hows of investigating casting defects and the solutions that were provided to eliminate the defects from production.
In order to learn what distinguishes nitrogen defects from other gas blows (H.sub.2, CO, air, etc.), we must also give examples of other defects.
Visual examination may be sufficient to separate exogenous inclusion defects from gas holes or shrinkage cavities.