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  • adj. Capable of being split.


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split +‎ -able


  • The force of updating it now is to counter any suggestion that the Taliban may be somehow splittable; that those who joined it as a resistance organization and not from fanaticism may relent if Americans leave part of the country in peace.

    David Bromwich: War Fever at the Times: A Five-Day Log

  • A new dumb trend at CES: splittable sound bars by Matthew Moskovciak January 12, 2012 6:06 PM PST Follow @cnetmoskovciak

    CNET News

  • It probably doesn't have a mixer with 6 splittable channels.

    Planet KDE

  • It also features two splittable active EMG's with a 3-way selector and it has two tone and two push/pull volume knobs.

    All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com

  • From top to bottom are the hard totals, soft totals, and splittable hands.

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  • · Embedded resultsets, with a splittable view to allow for optimal work area.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • There are two splittable EMG active humbuckers on the guitar, the bridge pickup being the 81TW and the neck pickup being the 89.

    All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com

  • The parent set that this writer considers may be pervasive and may contain a "zerotron" unit splittable by "pair-production" into a proton and electron and deformable into a neutron under certain conditions.

    SciScoop Science News

  • Pragmatists seek compromise, search for common ground with others, and regard few issues to be so freighted with principle as to present no splittable differences.

    BrothersJudd Blog

  • Just about every pickup company makes splittable pickups.

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