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- adj. That can be trapped.
It is our experience at the National Cryptozoological Society that a special type of bigfoot exists in Michigan, either upper or lower, but it is more of a space-time creature, ala Einstein and parallel universes, rather than a trappable being.
Tally process terminated early because of a trappable error.
This break was trappable, and offered one shot at a pullback entry at the 50% Fibonacci area on short term charts.
"The alpha leaders of a pack are the least trappable, and usually they are the ones instigating problems."
If the player is feeling overwhelmed by swarming wisps or other small, non-trappable monsters, he should activate the secondary mode of the stasis beam: the Shock Blast.
These trappable birds readily explore novelties and take risks in the wild, says László
The range of molecular combinations is far higher than the number of trappable elements, and molecules have more properties -- such as orientation and internal vibrations -- that could be used to probe complex plasma behavior.
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