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- adj. Capable of rolling or being rolled
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being rolled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being rolled.
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Other ER fluid proposals include using it to make flexible electronics such as rollable screens and keypads rigid when in use.
He said they'll design the curbs to be "rollable" so that bike riders can easily leave the cycle track.
In any case I think that a real killer device would be a phone with a foldable or rollable screen and a Kindle like reading experience.
The ladies give their feet a break with Footzyrolls, rollable and portable ballet flats that fit into your handbag. $25 at Footzyrolls. com.
I have been seeing these “rollable displays” flights of fancy for at least 10 years now.
On a low speed setting add the egg yolk, then the plain flour, then bring to a soft, rollable ball with a couple of tbsp of milk.
Add a little water – a tablespoon or two – to make a firm but rollable dough.
“SparePear is a revolutionary compact rollable/foldable pair of shoes that measures approximately 3.5 inches in length and 2 inches in diameter when rolled.”
There is some speculation that Hearst is exploring making the device foldable or rollable to enhance portability.
FLEXIBLE READING: Despite recent financial troubles at Polymer Vision, a Dutch company that specialized in flexible e-readers, Ms. Colegrove thinks other foldable or rollable e-readers will arrive on the market within the next six months.