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  • adj. Capable of being perused.


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  • Having them available online and perusable from home makes it easy to spend more time and discover some of the little things that bring all those dead relatives to life.

    abada abada › (tuesday) was a good day

  • From the wonderfully perusable University of Toronto site Anatomia 1522-1867.

    Joseph Maclise (1815-1880)

  • Yeah, theoretically, it may be more easily perusable by average citizens but 99.9 percent will no doubt still rely on the summaries of a relatively small number of journalists, think tanks, and interest groups that actually parse the material to any real degree.

    The Guardian World News

  • This plethora of perusable information is contained in six handy sections:


  • Further, the Securities and Exchange Commission permits oil and gas companies in their filings with the SEC to disclose only true reserves that the company has demonstrated by actual production, will conclude their formation test to be economically legally perusable under existing economic and operated conditions. Home Page


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