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  • adj. Alternative spelling of realizable.

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Examples

  • The court was told that the sum amounted to his only 'realisable' assets - largely his plush mansion with swimming pool and gym in Chapel-en-le-Frith, near Buxton, Derbyshire.

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  • Or why not share an idea that may only be realisable in the centuries to come?

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  • While reading Stewart's book and looking forward to doing the opera, I wrote to Gockley: This is a profound project in my life and a great honor to even try to make a life like Rick Rescorla's realisable … He's a great human being.

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  • If the realisable assets are lower than the benefit figure then the court makes a confiscation order for the realisable figure.

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  • This is a fantascially complicated area of law that involves setting the benefit figure, i.e. how much has been made from this crime? and the realisable assets figure, i.e. how much money has she got?

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  • Anyway, the theoretical maximum realisable value of a CD is about $700,000 (on average).

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  • No US president seems to have developed a coherent political strategy whereby clear aims, honestly stated, with realisable goals has been presented either to the own electorate or to the political forces within the conflict.

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  • But still the truth, once discovered, must be realisable in our inner being and our outer activities: if it is not, it may have an intellectual but not an integral importance; a truth for the intellect, for our life it would be no more than the solution of a thought-puzzle or an abstract unreality or a dead letter.

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  • A brief mention of some of the subjects worked out into what may perhaps be called the first really possible and realisable Utopia that has ever sprung from the press, will make it evident that in this brief notice it is impossible to attempt an analysis of the book.

    Henry Lazarus

  • The problem is, while conventional fighting machines can contain violent hoods, defeating them is not a realisable military aim.

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