from The Century Dictionary.
- Admitting of regulation; capable of being regulated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Capable of being regulated.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Of or pertaining to being
controllable; able to be made subject to regulation.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I'm not going to go into yet another lengthy dissertation about what it so misguided about his thesis that cyberspace is becoming more "regulable" and that digital "generativity" is dying because of the rise of devices like the iPhone & iPad, or sites like Facebook.
In my testimony today I outline four important distinctions to make in dealing with the cybersecurity problem and attempting to determine which systems should be more regulable and which should be less regulable.
For example, systems that run nuclear power plants or the electric grid should justifiably be considered more regulable, while your local web hosting service should not be.
Then wrap things up with breaking up banks into more manageable -- and more regulable -- parts.
And Washington DC hasn't been all that shy about treating the Internet and technology as just as regulable as everything else that lies between the Atlantic and
In other words, deciding that a presidential power is "inherent" or "independent" does not begin to answer the question of whether it is defeasible, or regulable, by statute.
In other words, deciding that a presidential power is “inherent” or “independent” does not begin to answer the question of whether it is defeasible, or regulable, by statute.
But when drinking that is otherwise purely self-regarding is done in public, it becomes offensive and, Mill here claims, regulable.
But, says Wilkinson, "the proposition that regulable commerce must mean something short of everything is hardly debatable."
Questions about the snowball theory: were the pharmacists engaging in commercial speech independently regulable under the Lanham Act or consumer protection laws?