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  • adj. Capable of being launched

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Examples

  • Over at the How-To Geek site (my home away from Lifehacker), writer Matthew writes up the quick and easy trick to opening the Recycle Bin from the start menu, through the search box or even just using the mouse; all you need to do is create a new shortcut to the Recycle Bin, which will then be searchable and launchable from the Start Menu search box.

    How To Launch The Recycle Bin From The Start Menu Search Box | Lifehacker Australia

  • Because it is this orbital assembly and repair capability that makes smaller pieces, launchable with contemporary launchers, into big ones.

    Why the Moon? Here's Why. - NASA Watch

  • Over at the How-To Geek site my home away from Lifehacker, writer Matthew writes up the quick and easy trick to opening the Recycle Bin from the start menu, through the search box or even just using the mouse; all you need to do is create a new shortcut to the Recycle Bin, which will then be searchable and launchable from the Start Menu search box.

    How To Launch The Recycle Bin From The Start Menu Search Box | Lifehacker Australia

  • The big day finally came, but when I tore apart the package, my action figure didn't have a launchable missile.

    Boba Fett Blues

  • The North Koreans have one step remaining in their nuclear program -- to successfully affix a warhead to a launchable missile.

    Pirates Vs. the Rest of Us

  • Astronomers take note: such a space-based satellite assembly factory could also build a really huge space telescope by assembling a collage of launchable mirror segments.

    Near-future Space Industries

  • SALAS: By shutting down what I mean is they were not launchable.

    CNN Transcript Jul 18, 2008

  • Their No-dong medium range missiles are their only mobile-launchable missiles with any range or accuracy.

    Physicists against the nuclear option

  • I'll go back to what Steve Hadley was saying yesterday, which is that there appear to be, at least potentially launchable, a small number also of No Dongs or Scuds, the short - or medium-range missiles that may or may not be launched; we don't know.

    CNN Transcript Jul 5, 2006

  • Eleven of the bogeys were FIM-92 Stingers, American-made hand-launchable heat-seeking missiles designed for foot soldiers to use against low-flying helicopters and aircraft.

    Typhoon Season

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