While the Siqueiros work is now buried beneath layers of overpainting, Tourje and his team are confident that the mural is reparable .
Colt was developed using the same mathematical logic as the AAM and Aircraft Sustainability Model used in reparable inventory management.
The system collects a wide variety of quarterly data from different systems pertaining to reparable items such as failures, lead times, base and depot repair times, and excess inventory.
Well, everything is reparable but I do think we've been on the verge of being somewhat naive about the former Soviet Union and its leadership.
The loss of a reparable asset out of the base-level maintenance system was unacceptable.
Indeed, Wallace, Kem, and Nelson's 1999 analysis suggested that 80 percent of working capital fund costs are fixed with respect to the amount of depot-level reparable sales.
From your description, this chimney is probably not reparable anyway.
Cotton is easily reparable as the damaged appearance can be reduced to a minimum.
Lichtenstein's 30-foot-high, stainless-steel statue was spared, as was a bronze sphere by Fritz Koenig, both sustaining reparable damage.
Of course, some costs to the environment, such as species extinction, are not reparable at any price.