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- n. The ability to be selected.
- n. Worth; the appropriateness for being selected.
- n. The ability to be selected from.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Deriving the ancestral sequence, determining the mutations, their temporal sequence and their relative selectability is all in all a virtuoso performance.
Unlike the character-by-character selectability that we expect of text, we seem to be able only to select either the first character of a line, the first word of a line, or the entire line.
All cameras are capable of bi-directionality with up to 48 stages of selectability, while preventing over-exposure with anti-blooming.
Remember the "selectability factor", which is simply the chances they are selected in the December Rule 5 Draft.
Layers and selectivity Illustrator layers offer a high degree of selectability.
d A point mutation where a different amino acid is keyed for, the resultant protein functions differently, and the organism has no selectability change.
v = d8G1nicInl4 youtube now has 1080p or 720p selectability. this short sample was uploaded as 1080p H264 mov