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  • adj. Alternative spelling of exchangeable.


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  • Labor, therefore, is the real measure of the exchangable value of all commodities.

    A Bland and Deadly Courtesy

  • Yes | No | Report from bigjake wrote 12 weeks 5 days ago wonder if it has exchangable chokes?

    Own Your Own Whale Gun

  • If “may” and “might” are exchangable, then all these utterances should be equally acceptable:

    The “may” and “might” follow-up « Motivated Grammar

  • Firstly - and most obviously, but not to the nazis, many devices have detachable exchangable leads, e.g. PCs, so this tests precisely nothing.

    Nanny Knows Best « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • In both WoW and SL, even though the "game credits" i.e. that which enables the user to engage in more game play are not redeemable by the owner of the virtual world, they are exchangable and have a readily ascertainable fair market value.


  • In contrast, the kind of "game credits" you'd get in a video game like Pac Man or in a pinball machine are neither redeemable nor exchangable, so there is no question that their accumulation does not equal income.


  • But the accumulation of Gold or SL or any other virtual currency that is used to facilitate use of the virtual world is potentially open to taxation so long as it is exchangable and, thus, has economic value outside the virtual world, even if it cannot directly purchase goods and services outside the virtual world.


  • Our tickets were paid for and the dates were not exchangable, so we ended up spending 5 days in Hong Kong without our husbands.

    What's Worse? - SpouseBUZZ

  • Jaime Headden: mass the property and energy are exchangable under some circumstances.

    Dembski, Decoherence and the brain - The Panda's Thumb

  • I smile slightly to myself every time, after having bought my ticket, they intone, without fail… “your ticket is not exchangable or reimbursable, and you have to get there a minimum of 30 minutes in advance…”.

    grown up


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