Definitions

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  • noun The quality or state of being trustable.

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Examples

  • The nice thing about local data is that there are lots of people making content; the not nice thing about local data is that it's scattered all over the web, in all kinds of formats with all kinds of 'trustability', from museums/libraries/archives, to local councils to local enthusiasts and the occasional raving lunatic.

    Some ideas for location-linked cultural heritage projects

  • The nice thing about local data is that there are lots of people making content; the not nice thing about local data is that it's scattered all over the web, in all kinds of formats with all kinds of 'trustability', from museums/libraries/archives, to local councils to local enthusiasts and the occasional raving lunatic.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Republicans represent the worst of America and we need to stop their endless negativity, lies, their dangerous propaganda from FOX, and reunite our People toward recovery of our nation, greatness and trustability among our Allies, and advancements in energy, medicine, and science.

    DNC: Barbour 'defended the indefensible'

  • No wonder we believe MPs to be below estate agents and journalists in terms of trustability.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • And the polls show he has a strong reputation for trustability.

    Hillary-Backing Reps Say Super-Delegates Should Consider Wright Controversy

  • These are two very different sets of expectations about the need for tools to determine trustability.

    Do You Trust Me?

  • If on the other hand you want or think you're likely to get a more security-conscious clientele, then failing to include some tools for tracking and displaying trustability will probably cause a large percentage of your potential user base to say, "no, thanks -- it's too dangerous there."

    Do You Trust Me?

  • This will lead to a lower level of trustability, because this person will be seen as always looking for opportunities to gain an advantage.

    Managing Strategic Relationships

  • This will lead to a lower level of trustability, because this person will be seen as always looking for opportunities to gain an advantage.

    Managing Strategic Relationships

  • This will lead to a lower level of trustability, because this person will be seen as always looking for opportunities to gain an advantage.

    Managing Strategic Relationships

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