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  • "Our home is very custom," Mr. Hovey says of Sterling Ridge, "But this [his son's home] is mass-produceable."

    'Sterling' in Scottsdale

  • The question is how produceable are they and how much production went into it, the coaching and et cetera, et cetera, and the risk involved and the liability thereto.

    CNN Transcript Oct 5, 2009

  • But we suppose them separately produceable, and thence think we have reason to conclude that their Ideas are completely and intirely distinct Ideas, and not the same Idea incompletely considered.

    Motherly Advice

  • Tengiz has 6 billion to 9 billion barrels of produceable reserves -- a remarkable field by world standards.

    Who Needs A Pipeline?

  • Development is simply bringing the project from a raw, nonproduceable state to a produceable state.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • Under What Conditions: as traditional wooden system, possibly also produceable as plastic, fiberglass-reinforced resin, etc; valves of leather and felt for sealing, possibly also of rubber.

    3.1 Bricked brattice, bricked duct

  • London houses, but the boards are smooth, and a very tolerable surface for dancing purposes is produceable by the simple process of washing them over with milk.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Vol. 12, No. 32, November, 1873

  • On the very day of the introduction Mr. Cunningham wrote to the Rev. Andrew Brandram, Secretary of the Bible Society, recommending Borrow as one who could read the Bible in thirteen languages -- a very produceable person, of no very defined denomination of Christians, but, thought Mr. Cunningham, of certain

    Souvenir of the George Borrow Celebration Norwich, July 5th, 1913

  • Flaxseed, from which linseed oil is obtained, is the principal oil-bearing crop produceable in Canada.

    Post-War Utilization of Farm-Products

  • From a gloomily fanatical atheist Borrow changed to a cheerfully fanatical Protestant, described as "of the middle order in society, and a very produceable person."

    George Borrow The Man and His Books

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