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Synonyms for controllable

capable of being governed

Synonyms for controllable

capable of being controlled


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Electrodes 10-point diagnostic for CS controllable - 170 pcs.
is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel, first-in-class, actively controllable antithrombotic drug systems for acute and sub-acute cardiovascular indications.
Customers who experience a controllable event will always have the JetBlue USD 100 per person change/cancel fee waived by JetBlue Getaways.
Controllable expenses: significant underperformance
The authors analyze four properties of performance measures: controllable risk, uncontrollable risk, distortion, and manipulability.
The completed platen is controllable with a single thermocouple.
Energy is the largest controllable operating expense for office buildings," stated Diane S.
It's nothing to do with projection and it involves setting up lots of computer controllable lights inside a building's windows.
If you are forced to remove them, but would like to plant related yet more controllable species, consider these: peppermint eucalyptus (Eucalyptus nicholii), 'Bloodgood' sycamore (Platanusacerifolia) and single-leaf pinyon pine (Pinus monophylla).
Especially when you realize the MR units have 60% fewer parts than controllable dampers built using conventional technology, and are no bigger than non-controllable units.
In addition to the standard mechanical, chemical, and self-lubricating properties of conventional nylons, the new material has four features that offer interesting new possibilities to molders and extruders: a relatively high molten viscosity, which largely eliminates leakage from nozzles and joints; controllable crystalline structure that provides a broad range of rigidity and toughness properties; outstanding moldability, which permits molding of thick sections or large pieces with a minimum of voids; and ability to be color-ended before molding.
The Hindus who fight against Catholic and Protestant schools wish to keep the Dalits (untouchables) in conditions of controllable slaves," Father Cervellera continued.
Self-care exercises prompt teachers to segregate problems into controllable activities and focus less on dynamics that are less controllable, he says.
Above left, a Smith controllable pitch propeller, circa 1932, is an example of one of many designs tested.
Electrical (current-voltage, or IV) measurements of crossbar devices containing eicosanoic acid exhibit a controllable, two-state switching behavior that is due to the presence of the molecular layer.
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