Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being selected

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Examples

  • Orga will now be selectable from the monsters menu.

    SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 5910

  • Lubuntu Netbook session, selectable from the login window

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Zachriel: There is significant evidence that transitional structures are selectable, that is, each organism is adapted to its own environment.

    Assessing Fault

  • So you're saying that I said in effect that "transitional structures are not selectable, that is, each organism is not adapted to its own environment"?

    Assessing Fault

  • There is significant evidence that transitional structures are selectable, that is, each organism is adapted to its own environment.

    Assessing Fault

  • For example, the studio said that it has already implemented a community idea, an arrest / capture system; is considering stealth systems; and has rejected the idea of selectable classes such as Detective or SWAT.

    Edge Online - Interactive Entertainment Today

  • WHERE x = (SELECT y FROM table) either - a subquery that acts the same way as we've been treating our table - a "selectable" which delivers rows that correspond to our

    Planet Python

  • Design: Finally, we’ve updated the user interface to improve usability and add a few often-requested features (such as selectable detail levels and alphabetical sorting of bookmarks).

    2008 July

  • It also has selectable 2WD/4WD with a Visco-Lok front differential, as well.

    Quad 2009 ATV Buyers Guide

  • For upland hunting a Fox side by side in 16 gauge, single selectable trigger, 26 inch barrels w/choke tubes, beaver tail forend & a nice recoil pad.

    What is the gun that you have always wanted but never been able to get?

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