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- adj. able to be attracted
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being attracted; subject to attraction.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being attracted; subject to attraction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being magnetized or attracted by a magnet
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And I think that he's going to go into this meeting -- his agenda for the meeting is to talk about education, to talk about faith-based programs that he believed are a solution to a lot of societies most attractable problems.
And I think that's kind of an -- that's a very attractable and incurable notion.
Betty, even in the brown hat, attracted the most attractive of the porters -- also, of course, the most attractable.
Therefore, thank thou God for being an attractable body, to be drawn to the Magnet of the Kingdom of God.
The iron body is attractable although at long distances away; but the earthen one is not although in contact and very close.
To conclude in this environment, we believe we have had attractable weather point with the business model that we have consistently allowed to fine-tune our operational strategies to be able to scale and react quite quickly any specific markets and segments of the PV value chain.
But as in the past few quarters to the extent that acquisitions cannot be made at responsible prices, additional share purchase will remain an attractable option.
And, for the tourist, one of the most attractable accommodations is the beach bungalows Koh Chang.
But that's precisely the work that we're doing right now, because we can identify those Suboxone docs, its attractable number and it maps well against the kind of specialty and capability that we have we're doing that work now.
An easily attractable target market and streamlined marketing.