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  • adj. Alternative spelling of cancellable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That may be canceled; capable of being canceled, crossed out, or rendered null or void.


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  • "Nothing is set in stone, and all is very easily cancelable and moved," Mr. Aboulafia said.

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  • Those people who currently have health insurance would, at the contract renewal, have their current policy split into two policies: a non-cancelable lifetime-long health risk insurance, and a yearly health maintenance plan.

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  • Upfront sales are partially cancelable although it appears few advertisers have been exercising their options to date.

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  • Grice pointed out that conversational implicatures have the following properties: (i) they are calculable, that is, inferable from, among other things, the cooperative principle and the conversational maxims; (ii) they are cancelable either explicitly


  • Conversational implicatures differ from Grice's conventional implicatures in being cancelable and reinforceable.


  • We have now verified that this was an error on the part of Banjercito in that the permit is cancelable without cost.

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  • Even the name tells you that it is revocable or cancelable at your discretion.


  • Contracts for services are occasionally modified by mutual consent and may be cancelable by the client under certain circumstances.

  • Backlog consists of written orders and estimates of Geokinetics' services which it believes to be firm, however, in many instances, the contracts are cancelable by customers so Geokinetics may never realize some or all of its backlog which may lead to lower than expected financial performance.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • As a retired advertising agency owner with 30 years of experience, I can say with some certainty that the commitment for that air time, plus the submission process to CBS, happened way, way before the tragedy in Haiti and was a hard, non-cancelable commitment. Stories


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