from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Capable of being imaged.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may be imaged.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being imaged or imagined.
The recall of highly imageable words such as “train” and “hat” was considerably enhanced, but the recall of poorly imageable words such as “truth” and “justice” was greatly enhanced.
He had notes less pastorally imageable, notes that fired the blood, with the ranging of his theme.
The whole of this confusion in thought and expression results from the habit of confounding the sensuous imagination with the non-sensuous reason, and the consequent co-ordination of an imageable conception with an abstract idea.
· Remove Spurious undo manager calls (related to various MapLayout crashes) · Ruler in Map Layout now correctly reflects the zero point on the imageable page
Any character code not imageable in any CMAP Character Map in the font locations supervised by the system is imaged using Michael Everson's fallback font, that is, the Last Resort Font.
Any character code not in imageable in the CMAP Character Map of the Monaco font are imaged using a system search for a fallback font whose CMAP Character Map contains that character code (apparently Lucida as the first fallback after Monaco).
The issue is not whether to support Arabic and Indic, the issue is whether instructions for imageable appearance belong in the communications model (Universal Character Set / Unicode) or in the composition model (Apple TrueType 2 / AAT and Microsoft TrueType 2 / OT).
NAF testing is a useful adjunct to regular breast cancer screening because it can be used in women 25 and older, identifying precancerous changes years before a palpable or imageable lesion might be found.
The trial endpoints are safety and pharmacokinetics, serum PSA levels, effects on clinical and imageable disease, and circulating tumor cell counts.
"Parker Library on the Web is a multi-year undertaking of Corpus Christi College, the Stanford University Libraries and the Cambridge University Library, to produce a high-resolution digital copy of every imageable page in the 538 manuscripts described in M.R. James Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (Cambridge University Press, 1912), and to build an interactive web application in which the manuscript page images can be used by scholars and students in the context of editions, translations and secondary sources"
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