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capable of existing or taking place or proving true

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According to the DOE's report, the growth rate needed to reach 20% would pose challenges for the wind energy industry but is achievable.
Deputy high court judge Stephen Smith QC said the figure of pounds 210 per sq ft was "far wide of the mark" and Davis "knew it was not an achievable figure" at the time.
If the patient's desired goals or results are not clinically achievable or the costs are unacceptable to the patient, the physician must then determine what alternative goals and results are achievable and the human and economic costs of these.
In a recent study, the Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership concluded that economically achievable upgrades in the region's efficiency would result in 34,375 gigawatt-hours in energy savings by 2013, which is enough to power all Connecticut and New Hampshire households for a year.
Bytemobile said Internet protocols such as TCP or HTTP place limitations on the rates achievable, but said its OSN solution enables customers to attain the same levels as they would in 2.
Nonetheless, the overall success of HAART has made HIV/AIDS the "flagship" among viruses and viral disease for antiviral therapy, proving for the first time that if we know sufficient detail of the molecular mechanism of viral replication, then effective antiviral therapy is achievable.
Embedding the information competencies into the curriculum transforms a complex process into a series of small achievable steps and delivers instruction at the student's point of need, resulting in improved information literacy.
The Technique of Success at Any Cost: Setting an Achievable Goal and Finding a Strategy to Reach It
With the criteria I had when I first came into this job it was an achievable goal, more than achievable.
We believe Dubai's target of a 20% reduction in CO2 from hotels is ambitious but achievable," said Oberlin.
Private businesses that are open to the public are required to remove existing architectural and communication barriers that are structural in nature, if removal is "readily achievable.
Misbah said he had taken a risk that did not pay off, and felt that an asking-rate of eight was achievable had Pakistan not lost so many batsmen.
Middlesbrough Council Highways in their plans for future road improvements state "this is achievable and would assist in the development of a traffic strategy for the area".
Global Banking News-December 5, 2013--South Korean central bank says growth target achievable
Contract notice: Repair and reinforcement work by special mechanized achievable using materials to achieve, positive or negative, of vertical up to 20 m.