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Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being standardized.

Etymologies

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standardize +‎ -able

Examples

  • Update: The short version is that Adam Riess and collaborators have used Hubble Space Telescope observations to discover 21 new supernovae, 13 of which are spectroscopically confirmed as Type Ia (the standardizable-candle kind) with redshifts z 1.

    Dark Energy Has Long Been Dark-Energy-Like

  • True standard candles are hard to find, so we settle for “standardizable” candles — objects that might vary in brightness, but in a way that can be correlated with some other observable property, and therefore accounted for.

    Evolving dark energy?

  • That commodity price (or a basket of commodity index) is chosen as the proxy is simply because it is standardizable and tradable (and that it is a 'fundamental' price driver).

    Commodity peg to export price vs peg to import price

  • Color Creams Every color unique A LOGONA hair color combines with your individual hair color and structure to produce a color result not · Ready-to-use completely predictable or standardizable.

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  • Established to deal with politics proper, with the common affairs of men as men, they are bound to flounder helplessly when they are cajoled into the thorny intimate and (let it be added) far more fascinating region of national and individual personality -- to a region where, the deeper you penetrate, the less common, uniform, standardized or standardizable are the interests involved, and the less susceptible of being 'settled', or even understood, by the rough and ready politician accustomed to deal with matters in the bulk and to measure up the results on a quantitative reckoning in the cold and cosmopolitan language of statistics.

    The Legacy of Greece Essays By: Gilbert Murray, W. R. Inge, J. Burnet, Sir T. L. Heath, D'arcy W. Thompson, Charles Singer, R. W. Livingston, A. Toynbee, A. E. Zimmern, Percy Gardner, Sir Reginald Blomfield

  • That makes them great standardizable candles, since they’re also really bright.

    Evolving dark energy?

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