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- n. The state of being feasible or possible
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being feasible; practicability; also, that which is feasible.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being feasible or capable of execution; practicability.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being doable
Specifically, the long-term feasibility of a unified currency with disparate economies, and the level of indebtedness relative to the earnings capabilities of certain countries.
Ideally, in one way, it'd be nice to somewhat tie the originator to the long term feasibility of the product, but that also diminishes the desired advantages of spreading risk, and it would require the maintenance of capital reserves, which diminish future lending capacity.
I bet the same sort of ultra short-term feasibility and cost-benefit arguments were marshalled against Mr Bazalgette's sewer and by those who wanted to bulldoze the Arsenal a few years ago.
But even more importantly, espe - cially for the long-term feasibility of the scheme, we are request - ing our local businesses and communities to join hands with us in securing the future of the scheme.
"But, even more importantly, especially for the long-term feasibility of the scheme, we are requesting our local businesses and communities to join hands with us in securing the future of the scheme," the president said.
The feasibility study will analyze the competition and the market and the engineering and the legal work and so forth and the banker may give you a very bad time because he too believes in feasibility and he is not easily snowed, but sooner or later, let us say, management convinces him and the loan is made.
Sony's decision to kill the unit in its home market and reduce the rate at which it's investing in future OLED TV development has been perceived in some corners as a judgment on the long-term feasibility of OLED technology
Foster's report also raised concerns about the long-term feasibility of keeping in place a half-trillion dollars in cuts to Medicare, a huge offset to other costs incurred by the law.
In a statement issued Thursday, the committee also said it will examine the Schwarzenegger administration's sudden removal of members of two oversight boards who questioned the long-term feasibility of the plan, a development reported last week by the AP.
This would be given alongside training in the use of the detection kit to ensure the long-term feasibility of our project, and also to overcome any cultural boundaries there may be.