from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Capable of being matched.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being matched; suitable for matching; corresponding in quality, character, or appearance.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Capable of being matched; comparable on equal conditions; adapted to being joined together; correspondent.
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- adjective able to be matched.
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There would undoubtedly be traces of metal, matchable to the murder weapon, wherever Beadie had filed down the steel ruler; most probably his garage.
And it is a big disappointment to progressives who had mounted a pressure campaign against the FEC, arguing that grassroots contributions such as those collected through ActBlue should be matchable, just as funds collected by lobbyists and special interests are. print share
Under the public financing system for presidential primaries, once a candidate demonstrates broad-based public support by raising $5,000 of matchable contributions in each of at least 20 states, the government will match up to $250 of an individual's contributions to that candidate.
Anonymous said: "He abuses the matching fund program by having his vendors kickback matchable checks to his campaign."
He abuses the matching fund program by having his vendors kickback matchable checks to his campaign.
The call was to bring the Tour to a higher level, one matchable to the PGA.
I'm guessing Twatsy tried that latter search first, didn't like what he got for matches, whereupon he deliberately adjusted the search to look for a less-matchable string until he got the result he was looking for.
Public funding could further magnify the impact of small donors, as it does in New York City, which provides a 6-to-1 match for every dollar up to $175 of each matchable contribution to a local candidate.
Donations of up to $250 are matchable, and since a large amount of contributions ActBlue are small, a large amount of that haul could be matched by federal funds.
Then we spent some time listing key needs and characteristics of recovery 2.0: how we need to be even more concerned about preparedness than recovery; how systems need to be open; how we need to find ways to connect to the unconnected (e.g., the Skype virtual phone room idea); how it needs to connect with authorities; other characteristics: searchable, fluid, matchable, swarmable, transparent, trustworthy, discoverable, accountable, tested … and more.