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- adj. Capable of being realized or achieved.
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- adj. Capable of being realized.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being realized.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of existing or taking place or proving true; possible to do
- adj. capable of being realized
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We expect to sell most of these loans in the fourth quarter and believe that our remarks are conservative and reflect near term realizable market values of these properties.
Conservatives, above all, should be the ones who can differentiate between an ideal, to which it is good to aspire, and the realizable, which is often what we can realistically manage in an imperfect world.
A considerably more realizable goal would be to identify quality, relevant educational material available on the Internet and provide access to that using a white-list at the exclusion of everything else.
Undoubtedly, he would be more interested in the present tense and its realizable goals -- actually eating the tasty chocolate pastries -- than in dusty memories of wooden tables sprinkled with flour or the crema chantilly I licked off my fingers once upon a time.
Given that the expat community has imported an inflated economy, (as perhaps prices are cheaper further out where mostly all locals live?), is there a net gain in disposable income realizable by buying a home in Ajijiic environs?
These were ambitious goals, but they were also realizable, as time would tell.
My life is about an exploration into the Abbondanza of what you contain, and how by developing these latent but realizable gifts, you can, if you choose, become a player in the evolutionary game and bring new mind to bear upon both the challenges and the promises of our time.
This is overwhelmingly an economic issue, and must, as far as possible, be calculated according to the gains and losses realizable, starting from right now.
Non-monetary items include variable real value non-monetary items valued, for example, at fair value, market value, present value, net realizable value or recoverable value.
Everybody agrees that the destruction of the internal real value of the monetary unit of account is a very important matter and that cash inflation thus destroys the real value of all variable real value non-monetary items when they are not valued at fair value, market value, present value, net realizable value or recoverable value.