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- adj. Capable of growing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of growth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of growing or extending, or of being grown or raised.
The key in making great and growable systems is much more to design how its modules communicate rather than what their internal properties and behaviors should be.
Population explosion was generated by growable carbohydrates, ie agriculture.
I still have seeds left and will plant more when the space becomes available - any garden-growable and edible food stuff will be eaten in our house I lie - don't tell her, but I won't eat the radishes my mother-in-law planted for me.
That would make a real gardener wedding to have such a lush but growable flower to carry.
This structure could be set up easily in the environs of any urban center, making local strawberries growable even in otherwise unhospitable environments.
Are they growable with considerable effort (like here in Arizona) or do they trive without much work there?
Obviously, the fundamentals of the underlying business count, too, so I exclude American Telephone and Verizon as borderline cases, hardly growable.
(Most do) · Up to 12GB Free disk space for growable disks.
We like banks with strong, growable franchises - this is certainly true of Royal.
Let's go to the nursery right now because anything is possible, plantable and growable.
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