- adj. Capable of being located.
“Calling your honey on your cell saying "I'm near the purple metal sculpture with the whirligig on it" does not make you more easily locatable.”
“Both ground stations and satellites are locatable and trackable, unlike the undetectable deep water subs.”
“Why couldn't they take the name of one of the perpetrators that I found out for them, verify it with the two easily locatable witnesses that I tracked down for them, and call that kid's house to let his parents know that they were investigating his involvement in a couple of crimes that occurred that evening?”
“On top of that, all locatable assets found, confiscated, sold and used to pay of the USA's national debt!”
“This left my doctor with little more than to explain the details of how he performs the procedure (there are many ways to do a vasectomy) and to have me drop trou so he could be sure my vas deferens were locatable.”
“Findability is 'the quality of being locatable or navigatable'.”
“The stories about his and his wife's misuse of public money are easily locatable on the web.”
“The total of more than 400 locatable events is based on automatically-determined locations and magnitudes for the swarm events.”
“And there are no investors locatable willing, or able, to pay some specific fraction of $X so long as ($Xxy) adheres to them.”
“That which is determined and still, locatable in space and time, is fixed.”
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