Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of leakage.

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Examples

  • All kinds of falsehoods and what people call leakages are made

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Technology could also help control "leakages" of public funds from India's massive bureaucracy, by letting people give their feedback on public services by cellphone or public computer terminal, Mr. Gates said.

    Gates: Technology Key to India's Challenges

  • And it was also found, by a panel of parliamentarians that the prices of food prices have a lot to do with the 'leakages' in the Public Distribution System.

    After passing dubious policies world leaders play Blame Game over Food Crisis

  • Telecommunications Authority argued international call charges payable in hard currency by the private companies needed to be regulated to deter possible illegal money changing and "leakages" of hard currency onto the thriving black market outside the official rate of 250 Zimbabwe dollars to US$1.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The review found that a lack of specificity with regard to the grants 'required outcomes, has resulted in "leakages" since their inception in 1998.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The "leakages", as a proportion of the Objective 1 interventions, were 46.4% for Greece, 41.9% for Portugal and 37.8% for Ireland.

    ANC Today

  • It is said that Judo is a result of 'leakages' from this book.

    FallNews - all mud and witches

  • The foreman has filled out a sample ticket with car number, date, load line, initials of sampler and any other notations necessary -- such as leakages, etc.

    Deep Furrows

  • All kinds of falsehoods and what people call leakages are made (against) my name, "Selebi told reporters at a press conference in Pretoria on Sunday.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • All kinds of falsehoods and what people call leakages are made (against) my name. "

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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