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damage control

noun as in containment of damage or loss

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That’s why the review into major fires includes recommendations for how the Navy trains sailors to conduct damage control when their ships are undergoing maintenance, he said.

It just seems like everything that’s happening is damage control and crisis management.

Family matriarch Kris Jenner attempted to do damage control after the widespread backlash, saying they took every precaution they could, including rapid testing at the door of the party.

Facebook is probably going to be doing a lot of damage control as it rolls out, but I don’t have much faith there will be a good solution short-term.

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Going into Sunday’s Golden Globes presentation, you already knew the Hollywood Foreign Press Association would be doing damage control.

The NFL scrambled on damage control, initially suspending Rice for two games and then suspending him indefinitely.

Day by day, the National Football League is transforming into less of a sport and more of a full-time damage control operation.

Paul employed his wife, a deacon in their Bowling Green presbyterian church, for damage control.

“Journalists should not run damage-control operations,” Bragman said.

Sen. Jerry Moran, a Republican from Kansas, called the VA-directed audit “more damage control than solving the problem.”

Damage control crews worked steadily for the next seventy-two hours, replacing wiring, welding, and testing.

Damage-control parties reported themselves on post, in suits, with equipment ready.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to damage control, such as: compensation, correction, damage assessment, disaster control, recompense, and troubleshooting.

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