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  • adj. Capable of being drawn out

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Capable of being drawn out.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being drawn out; ductile.


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  • Truly wise men called on each element alike to minister to their joy, and while the touch of sun-bathed air, the fragrance of garden soil, the ductible qualities of mud, and the spark-whirling rapture of playing with fire, had each their special charm, they did not overlook the bliss of getting their feet wet.

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  • Interest applying the statutory federal rate principally due to for - and investment income decreased as a result of lower aver - eign losses for which no tax benefit was provided, nonde - age investment balances and declining interest rates in ductible stock-based compensation charges, tax credits, 2002 as compared to 2001.

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  • Meals and entertainment expenses are deductible, if at all, only to the extent they are not "lavish and extravagant," and even then they are de - ductible only for a portion of the amount expended.

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  • Payments for agreements not to compete are treated as a form of goodwill and are de - ductible over 15 years regardless of the length of such agreements.

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