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- adj. Able to be ascertained.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may be ascertained.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being determined or made certain.
- Capable of being ascertained or found out by trial, experiment, investigation, inquiry, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being ascertained or found out
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Why de Man insists upon such violence and such concealment is more readily ascertainable from the context of this remark: a reading of the figure of the dance in texts by Kleist and
Bolton found merit in the plaintiffs 'arguments for potential Fourth Amendment and 14th Amendment violations because the immigration law contains no meaningful procedural safeguards against erroneous deprivations of liberty, and immigration status is not something that is easily ascertainable.
I suspect that workable density, in the city of the future, will abound with the types of spaces readily ascertainable from cities of the past.
Penumbras and Emanations have no measurable, quantifiable, or even ascertainable standards.
The boundary of what is solely a matter of personal responsibility and on what matters individuals should receive support or help is not objectively ascertainable.
Standard economic argument: as long as quality is objectively ascertainable from use, the market will correct for any distortions, and more generally, if people are willing to pay more, that subjective utility is an unarguable economic value.
It suffered no direct, ascertainable monetary loss as a consequence of the litigation.
Topical solutions to today's problems of misanthropy and self indulgence leave the writer to boughts of frustration and temperamental shifts in the time space continuum, if this were so, there would be worm holes apparent in the solar system, allowing space travel to be ascertainable in modern times.
These CDOs never had an ascertainable market value based on comparable sales or industry benchmarks, according to PriceWaterhouseCoopers, AIG's auditor, and Deloitte & Touche, Maiden Lane III's auditor.
However, it must meet some sort of ascertainable standard set by the employer.