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- adj. That can be revived
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may be revived.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being revived.
Nevada's Yucca Mountain is not revivable, and there are no usable high-level storage sites anywhere else on the planet.
Do you think it is revivable in your term of office, or will it need years of careful management to overcome some of the past blunders and the entrenched culture of flame wars?
Me and Juliet, the least revivable of their shows (despite an excellent score) spoofs experimental theatre (as did The Band Wagon film) in a musical-within-a-musical.
Many participants in the command center clinged to the fervent hope that the other 11 miners may be in some sort of comatose state and may be revivable.
His cells have deteriorated, and while he's technically alive, I'm not certain he's revivable.
A _revivable_ connection is established in such cases by means of a
In this case there was no _revivable_ connection established in his mind between the _name_ Zachary Taylor and the idea or image of the _man_ known as Zachary Taylor -- but there _was_
How then about the theory that some life and light remained or was revivable in it in Britain?
So - don't tell me that patents shouldn't be revivable if they were abandoned unintentionally.
By the same reasoning, unavoidably abandoned applications should also be be un-revivable.
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