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- adj. Capable of being distinguished and named.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being identified.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being identified.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being identified
The most identifiable is a 1929 German 5 Mark that is about 25% off center and probably unique.
Dissing biologist Edward O. Wilson, Carey tells us: If there were indeed certain identifiable works that appealed to everyone in every age and culture, then it would be reasonable to conclude that they correspond to something universally human.
In my opinion, the Landrover is identifiable from the photograph. on September 5, 2008 at 6: 01 pm | Reply nightjack
The short version is that a blogger-who-shall-not-be-named (but is easily identifiable from the links etc.) wrote a piece appropriating quite a lot of work from BFP (see Sylvia for details), with a timeline taking it suspiciously close to a speech given by BFP just a week or so beforehand.
There were 21 of us all in sight of each other, the situation was perfectly under control and unless PSU kit consists of Stone Island, Burberry and Hackett we were quite identifiable from the camera which was tracking our progress.
Would I prefer that the “insurgents” had nice neat forts, clearly identifiable from the air, that we could simply bomb off the face of the earth, without harming ONE unneccessary blade of grass?
The fund is targeting so called 'traditional' infra assets which generate long term identifiable cash flows.
That’s because about one-third of patients with acute disease were not in identifiable risk groups.
Gilad Shalit is a known individual: what psychologists would call an "identifiable being."
The hatred towards gays in South Africa, however, at least seems readily identifiable, which is in some ways less dangerous than the hatred behind a smiling person who politely shuts the door in your face.
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