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- adv. In a feasible manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a feasible manner; practicably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a practicable manner; so as to be feasible
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The only way to feasibly do so would be to make everyone carry insurance.
Military action only applies in a situation in which the government cannot feasibly use lesser means to deliver the man intact fortrial.
If progress continues apace, Dilma Rouseff has the opportunity to emerge as the leader of a new global superpower -- by the time the Rio Olympics roll around in 2016, Brazil is projected to be one of the top five economies in the world -- and she could feasibly by then be considered one of the most influential presidents on the planet.
Without rushing himself, Strasburg could still feasibly return in time to pitch in the majors this year.
Sánchez could feasibly be more of a replacement for Shaun Wright-Phillips, whose long association with City will end at the end of the season.
You could call this dish a lemon tart, just as you could, feasibly call a lemon drizzle cake a un cake imprégné de sirop de citron – but at the risk of finally making it into Pseuds Corner, that doesn't quite do either dish justice.
"What is clear is that the market is hoping for strong participation from the banks, who will borrow from the ECB at 1% and either look to use these funds to buy sovereign debt and chase yield, or more feasibly will be used to secure funding for the immediate future and ensure financial stability throughout 2012," he said.
Now that quantum computing has been feasibly demonstrated on a chip prototype, you can kiss encryption privacy goodbye for data security – at least until quantum cryptography starts becoming prominent.
The debate, at times raucous, came only days before the potentially decisive South Carolina primary, possibly the last state in which Romney's main opponents can feasibly stop his run for the Republican nomination.
Australia's history of surviving as a largely commodities-rich, domestically focused market means it can feasibly remain on its own, even in the face of a deregulated exchanges market.