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- adj. Able to be maintained
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may be maintained.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being maintained, kept up, supported, or upheld; sustainable; defensible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being maintained
All the web frameworks out there are big and complex beasts designed for big, complex, long-term maintainable projects.
They also have redundant components and are concurrently maintainable, that is, they provide redundancy even during maintenance, usually with an N + 2 setup.
They themselves weren't exhausted, but felt that art was - that it was, in fact, maintainable only by getting out of the way.
You may disagree that people have a right to liberty, but there is no inconsistency in a libertarian position that notes the necessity of defending liberty and the possibility that the maximal maintainable level of liberty will be less than 100%, precisely because some infringement may be necessary in order to deploy the resources needed to head off far worse infringement.
"We've laid out a good fiscal track for Canada that is maintainable," Finance Minister Jim Flaherty told reporters this week.
What I mean by this is to retrain our industries and designers to emphasize aspects of products that focus on making products more durable and maintainable.
But most importantly, credit unions work for these small businesses and community organizations offering manageable business loans and fair and maintainable mortgage rates.
Officers are working well beyond maintainable limits and they cannot sustain this pressure much longer," Hanson said."
In a letter to Chief Constable Peter Fahy, chairman elect Ian Hanson said officers were "working well beyond maintainable limits", and response teams were "stretched well beyond capacity".