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Synonyms for conveyable

legally transferable to the ownership of another

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Third, the FHA allowance for repairs of $2,500 is too small to allow many aging homes to achieve conveyable condition.
Duncan, in his rhetoric, depicts teacher quality as being plainly and immediately accessible, and not only accessible, but also shareable or conveyable by means of examples and descriptions.
On the basis of its conveying inception, in the fullest sense of the adjectival participle, I have come to think of it as a conveyable interview.
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3] per hour, respectively, at maximum RPM with 100%-efficient conveyable product and no slippage.
Even in practice it was observed that the economic development and growth or the economic dimension of quality of life is obtained with smaller final cost and much easier for people better educated, fed, healthy, which makes the fight against poverty, the cause of degradation of social and physical environment, to constitute an imperative objective for ensuring a healthy civil society and to achieve greater social stability, as a good environment to ensure the necessary level of living conveyable.
Othman added : " It was more conveyable for Nujaifi to discuses with parliament members , not only with the foreign relations committee, the issues to be raised with officials of the visited countries, but all this did not happen.
ReadyGrow biodegradable planters, which are manufactured from Sonoco's 100% recycled paperboard, are conveyable and sustainable in a commercial greenhouse environment and biodegrade in soil within 180 days of planting.
This representation is easily conveyable to an average trigonometry student and it is suggested to be adopted to model the sinusoidal path.
With the expansion, the automated facility has a throughput of 75,000 pieces per hour (pph) of flyers and conveyable shipments, an increase of 114 per cent compared to the 35,000 pph throughput capacity before the expansion.
Efficient with all conveyable products, whatever their rigidity and thickness, ProSelex [R] can be integrated into gantry or robot packers as well as multifunction case packers.
From complementarity comes a more flexible approach to the translatable, since natural language manifests itself as a universal means of communication: "All cognitive experience and its classification is conveyable in any existing language" (Jakobson 1959:263).
But a careful reader will see that this is an "unbearable lightness," beyond which lie hidden scars and pains, not always discernable or even conveyable in words.
With the expansion, the highly sophisticated and automated facility has a throughput of 75,000 pieces per hour (pph) of flyers and conveyable shipments, an increase of 114 per cent compared to the 35,000 pph throughput capacity before the expansion.
Moreover, the Holocaust had already become the most notorious symbol of genocidal evil so that "comparison and conflation with it" served as "an effective short-hand message conveyable to wider audiences" (134).