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  • adj. Able to be ejected.

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Examples

  • Solving offsite tape storage issues with 'ejectable' disk backup drives

    Petri IT Knowledgebase

  • Alongside a pair of vials of undetermined ejectable medicines, additionally a couple of cans of Slimfast were found above the methadone.

    CNN Transcript Feb 11, 2007

  • By contrast, in Belgium, the bond markets have effectively forced a country without an ejectable government to create one.

    NYT > Home Page

  • It's quite compact, measuring in at 14. 2×13.7×2cm and uses a slot-loading mechanism instead of the ejectable tray.

    Ubergizmo

  • You know when an ejectable disk shows up on your desktop.

    Music, Ringtones and Downloads

  • AAH serial: 5LSGDZVR detachable: 0 can spindown: 1 rotational media: 1 ejectable: 0 media: compat: interface: ata if speed: (unknown)

    LinuxQuestions.org

  • The Mushshak is the air force's primary training aircraft and is not equipped with ejectable seats.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • What you are looking at here is the biggest disappointment in the history of disappointing toys: An awesome three hamster ball rover, complete with suspension and ejectable central ball.

    Gizmodo

  • I suspect because crashes are sufficiently rare, there isn't enough justification to have an ejectable passenger compartment.

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  • The BEA said it will study the possibility of ejectable black boxes, and recommended that the pings on the boxes be extended to 90 days.

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