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  • adj. Can be implemented.


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implement +‎ -able


  • Development of locally-informed and "implementable" standards would do far more than help reduce the toll of local tragedies.

    Tom Loughlin: Haiti's Lesson: The Need for Sustainable Answers

  • "We must always pass legislation that is reasonable and that is implementable, that is able to be policed easily.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The department said the offer will be on the table for 21 days in which labour can make a decision to sign it and failing that, it will be "implementable".

    iac world news feed

  • "implementable" and resourced programmes and policies; a flow of information, as well as technical cooperation; an increase in the disability-specific development budgeting; an increase in the number of countries that ratified the Convention; and a heightened awareness of the most vulnerable persons with disabilities.

    Media Newswire

  • "I'm not yet convinced whether an effective and implementable restriction exists and I'm also not convinced whether such a measure would be proper," he said.

    Global Woes Land a Punch in South Korea

  • Many of these would be implementable on existing rail lines or could be built on cheaper rail lines, perhaps with upgraded rails laid alongside for later HSR.

    Matthew Yglesias » Where to Build HSR

  • Even as the Oslo Agreement seems less and less implementable, at least as conventionally conceived of, Mr. Peres, who for the past several years has occupied the symbolic post of Israel's president, has never conceded an inch regarding its political wisdom.

    The Line Between Bold and Reckless

  • Olli Rehn, EU economic and monetary affairs commissioner, is suggesting that supposed legal difficulties are overdone: "speculation that the treaty on a fiscal compact is not implementable is simply unfounded."

    Eurozone crisis: stock markets slide as summit optimism wanes - 12 December 2011

  • This can be achieved by reducing the time it takes to switch to more efficient but less desirable options, e.g. by building public transportation capacity so there is an rapidly implementable alternative to cars.

    Energy Conservation, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • “According to APTA [American Public Transit Association], projects should be implementable within 90 days, eligible for Federal funding, and projects that would not happen during the current fiscal year without funding help.”

    Matthew Yglesias » WMATA Stimulus


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