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- adj. Capable of being described.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That can be described; capable of description.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That may be described; capable of description.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being described
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Instead, he claims that "it is an error to reify God into an independent being" (TI 38), that "To regard God as some kind of describable or knowable object over against us would be at once a degradation of God and a serious category error" (TI 244), and that
SEO is great if you’re selling something that is easily describable, that is essentially the same from any seller, that people know they need, and that they know how to put into a search.
It is kind of describable as the total quantity of monetary transactions per cycle slowing down (in practice and measured that would massively over state gdp).
But considering how many PMC members are on the roster, I doubt it will stop anything. -1 from me, until I see a limitation in scope that is "describable" ...
You find the same kind of imagery all through the OT prophets when they are describable great upheavals.
Instead, private interests have been subordinated to the national economic interest under a system most succinctly describable as state capitalism.
But he's also a son, brother, grandson, husband, father, uncle and Iraq War veteran — things that don't make him easily describable, Wahlberg says.
The runner-up for the most offensive was, I think, Doritos “fetish” ad is not even quite describable in a family newspaper.
What followed after his real historical death and burial no Passover plots, please is the tipping point of trust for me, an event that is hardly describable, directly witnessed by no one and yet has changed the course of human history.
When science studies the consequences of those built-in properties, they find regularity (even mathematically describable regularity).
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