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- adv. In a practicable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a practicable manner; with action or performance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a practicable manner; so as to be feasible
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Synthetic rubber of equal quality still cannot be practicably manufactured.
Second, the insurance can only practicably be attached to bonds newly issued by governments—the so-called primary market.
"The LSE will work in partnership with customers to agree a date as early and practicably as possible in 2011 to reschedule the main market migration," the exchange said.
Only a fraction of this groundwater, however, can be practicably tapped and made available on a perennial basis through wells and springs.
In other words, the definition of broadband must comprise services that can practicably be deployed in unserved and underserved areas -- and must comprise services that today's unserved Americans can and will actually adopt.
On the contrary, they can see that Iran is such a vast territory with such a large population that even Israels alleged arsenal of "hundreds" of nuclear weapons could be quite practicably shrugged off.
However, Qatar, on the other side of the Persian Gulf, cannot practicably sell its gas via pipeline.
They did not have to preclude in-state plaintiffs from bringing federal question claims, because British merchants could not practicably assign their claims to in-state plaintiffs.
They need to be practicably possible given the limitations of the human condition.
If coring ice, the ice is the solid, then what substance is liquid at 0 deg C? that is practicably manageable?