The prayer of this petition, which is really in the nature of an action against the sovereign for the recovery of debts, chattels real, or personal, and unliquidated damages, is grantable
ex debito justitiae [as a matter of right, as opposed to ex gratia, as a matter of grace].
A similar policy, according to Adam Smith, contributed to the rapid economic development of the North American colonies, where a law stated that if the owner of the land does not "improve" at least a certain part of it, the land becomes grantable
to another person.
for 12 months or until 3000 grantable
petitions were received, whichever
A ternary predicate cando(o, s, a), representing grantable
or deniable requests where o, s, and a are object, subject, and a signed action term, respectively.
That wish is now grantable
in the form of a new turbonormalizing system now in the final certification stages at Tornado Alley Turbo in Ada, Oklahoma.