Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • etc. See utilizable, etc.

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Examples

  • All parts of human civilisation that are without purpose, that are playful, fantastic or antiquated, they have ignored; in this way they have ignored all that makes man human, adopting only that which is purely practical, technical and utilisable.

    The War with the Newts

  • Ces avantages: -1 seul num�ro utilisable � partir de n'importe quel t�l�phone, n'importe o� dans le monde.

    Kissing and Telco-ing

  • Stéphanie, comme je suis pas vraiment un spécialiste de la chose : est-ce que tu penses que ce que tu préconises pourrait être utilisable sous Dotclear ?

    Quick Comment Spam Tip for WordPress — Climb to the Stars

  • Research issues which must receive urgent attention in future are social and community issues, the forest as sustainable source of community based utilisable forest produce, value addition and the development of small wood processing industries.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • As inulin is not digestible by human beings, utilisable energy intake is much lower than suggested by the table, and allows the tubers to be used as a low energy food, which still satisfies volume intake and hunger.

    Chapter 20

  • AGULHON AND LEGROUX: Contribution a l'etude des vitamines utilisable a la culture des micro-organismes; application au bacille de l'influenza B. de

    The Vitamine Manual

  • Internet est un nouveau type de ressource utilisable pour chercher, produire et stocker des connaissances, à ce titre les activités de formation et de recherche ne peuvent l'ignorer.

    Entretiens / Interviews / Entrevistas

  • This, indeed, was a ghost to some purpose -- a ghost free from all the weird associations of death and the grave -- a healthy, utilisable ghost, and a ghost, above all, which wanted to be photographed.

    Real Ghost Stories

  • Hitherto Power had come to men by chance, but now there were these seekers seeking, seeking among rare and curious and perplexing objects, sometimes finding some odd utilisable thing, sometimes deceiving themselves with fancied discovery, sometimes pretending to find.

    The World Set Free

  • Lord Dunholm had sent a generous cheque to the aid of the sufferers, and so, also, had old Lady Alanby, but Miss Vanderpoel, consulting medical authorities and hospitals, learned exactly what was required, and necessities were forwarded daily in their most easily utilisable form.

    The Shuttle

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