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- adj. Able to be examined.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being examined or inquired into.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being examined; proper for examination or inquiry.
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The lists mentioned in the note are the lists of what are called examinable persons ” that is, of persons upwards of seven or eight years of age, who are supposed fit to be publicly examined upon religious and moral subjects.
Has nobody come across schoolteachers who, frequently concerned with issues of control and primarily focused on ‘the examinable’, regularly do not do the woollier, non-examinable parts of the coursebook which happen to be the parts where language is personalised, creativity is possible and English becomes fun?
In high school we did, a handful of dates and other african short stories as a set book, which where examinable. writers like grace ogot, chinuwa achebe. incredible writting.
The work of a designer is not reproducible and not examinable process and the adoption of a designer is not falsifiable, therefore, lies beyond the horizon of scientific knowledge.
No one quite had the courage to dispense with or re-vamp the subject, attempts were being made to create a serious and examinable form of needlework and cookery out of something that had previously been purely practical.
By defining and deconstructing these notions—making them scientifically examinable—we can begin to answer.
Therefore the miracle of the last and final Messenger should also be everlasting, examinable and verifiable by people of all ages, after its revelation.
ANGEL: I would say this, that everything I do is in the middle of these public forums, everything is examinable.
And as far as these hit men being impeached or cross-examined, you find me a potential hit man that is not cross-examinable then, you know, you have got an amazing person, I guess.
It's so hazy a unit; although its supposed to share similiarities to Micro, I still don't really know how questions should be answered, and whatever material is examinable, and which are additional knowledge.
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