alterable


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capable of being changed or altered in some characteristic

(of the punishment ordered by a court) capable of being changed to one less severe

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In addition, the One's back panel is alterable with many material choices like bamboo, kevlar, and denim.
Virage Logic has leveraged its Non-Volatile Electrically Alterable (NOVeA) technology to replace laser programmable fuses in the new memory system.
This possibility raises questions about the relationship between legal and print practices: how did censors ensure that authors did not modify a text in the midst of an easily alterable print run?
Oceania had always been at war with Eastasia," he wrote in the novel 1984, to show that with total political control, the past is alterable.
The Constitution is either superior paramount law, unchangeable by ordinary means, or alterable when the legislature shall please to alter it.
Or, their spending plans might not be easily alterable.
At its foundation, integrity means that records are not alterable and that events related to them are captured in an audit trail.
Also, the back shell is alterable and many of the optional panels come with bright, colourful and glossy finish.
It's cheap and easily alterable, whereas with injection molding processes, tools need to be fashioned for each individual component of a device, which drives cost up.
Prior research suggests that there are a number of distinct and alterable factors associated with teachers' development of beliefs about diversity (Dedeoglu & Lamme, 2011; Garmon, 2004; Smith, Moallem, & Sherrill, 1997).
One barcode will be obvious on the label, but there is another one in a much less obvious, less alterable place.
Although some of the areas to which these modifications refer can be or have already been regulated with a law, according to the government, they should all be incorporated in the Constitution so they would not be easily alterable in the future.
The constitution is either a superior, paramount law, unchangeable by ordinary means, or it is on a level with ordinary legislative acts, and like other acts, is alterable.
Some attributes are alterable with instructor-initiated intervention, while others that were not included are either not modifiable or not easily modified within an individual course.
The policy purchase is not alterable even if estate tax law changes,