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Synonyms for discoverable

capable of being ascertained or found out

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If you have, then make such dispositions as you wish, and I shall always be discoverable in my room if required.
The notion of murder was absurd: no motive was discoverable, the young couple being understood to dote on each other; and it was not unprecedented that an accidental slip of the foot should have brought these grave consequences.
There were no eyewitnesses, and no trace was discoverable of the murderer.
This is simply on the ground that what Meinong calls the act in thinking is not empirically discoverable, or logically deducible from what we can observe.
Godfrey Ablewhite might, or might not, be discoverable somewhere in London.
The result was discoverable, he added, in that silent, yet importunate and terrible influence which for centuries had moulded the destinies of his family, and which made him what I now saw him--what he was.
1999) (holding that documents sent by insurer to reinsurer were not discoverable because of the work product privilege and insured's argument that the privilege was waived was improper because the documents were intended to remain confidential and protected from adversaries); cf Front Royal Ins.
The early case assessment section includes tasks that meet-and-confer conferences should accomplish, explains the types of ESI that are generally discoverable or non-discoverable, and shows how to give a proper response to a preservation request (see "Specific Strategies," p.
For example, the EZ Pass records are discoverable for divorce and other cases.
Austria) present a series of six studies examining transitions from agricultural to industrial socioecological regimes in case studies varying in geographic and temporal focus, but uniformly adopting a "material and energy flow accounting" framework that seeks to analyze biophysical aspects of society and link them to socioeconomic variables discoverable in the system of national accounts.
Users would need to answer 'yes' to accept the infected message and it can only reach mobile phones which have Bluetooth and are in discoverable mode, reports Cellular News.
These coordinate systems are transforming kinetic energy into discoverable verbal flows.
Until California tax law conforms, matters that are deemed confidential at the federal level are discoverable for state tax purposes.
In most states this approach subjects the accountant's work product to the attorney privacy rules, which means it is not discoverable unless the attorney decides to use the work in connection with expert testimony.
Because the privilege did not protect discoverable factual information, only the peer review process itself, incident reports were not protected by the privilege.