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  • adj. capable of being expressed

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Examples

  • The Bush Tax Cuts are creating ballooning Government deficits, poor economic performance (don't let the 7 in growth fool you -- you are talking only about expressable Inflation here), and a lack of hard capital construction.

    Credit Bush for Recovery?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • No the only acceptable, expressable thought on this protected government is that it is a utopia and paradise.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Be Careful. Trust No-One. Shut Up.

  • Also, you a former art student, might have thoughts, expressable in vlog form, regarding this year's exhibition of the Turner nominees at the Tate.

    It's up to 882.

  • Accessibility of interface doesn't translate to simplification of the range of expressable interactions.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Aside from the lovely sci-fi-iness (and the increasingly good writing and characterization in each show as it went into later seasons), my main fascination with NextGen Trek was its lovely obsessions with multiraciality, as expressable in aliens, robots, and especially mixemup, mixemup cyborgs.

    Borg Eyes

  • The IDer/creationist mindset may not be expressable in such an ordered way, for perhaps the same reason their thinking went astray in the first place.

    RNA Designed to Evolve? - The Panda's Thumb

  • The sort of happiness I experienced at Friends was condensed tenfold into a distillate no longer definable by the simple term “happiness” but only expressable by “joy.”

    THE DIFFERENT DRUM

  • Since sRGB is expressable in the ICC file format, sRGB can become a source colour space in a standard ISO 15076 (: ICC) colour matching session.

    Discussions: Message List - root

  • Models expressable as text reports or graphic artifacts.

    erp4it

  • Prepping yourself with an outline allows you to see the case as intended -- a central holding, usually expressable in a sentence or two, coupled with analysis.

    The Volokh Conspiracy

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