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Synonyms for reclaimable

capable of being used again

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According to a cabinet statement released on Saturday evening, Mehleb has requested that a final vision of the million-acre reclamation project and a timeframe be presented, including maps of reclaimable lands and the financial sums required for implementation.
However, the frontier for reclaimable agricultural land in Myanmar has been disappearing and the expansion of agricultural land is becoming more technically difficult and expensive.
For small businesses, it's fully reclaimable against tax, there's no road tax, no congestion charge and no benefit in kind.
Water-based UV technology is becoming a more popular choice because, in addition to the minimal use of cosolvents, these formulations have low odor and the cured coatings are recyclable and reclaimable, so there is less hazardous waste to dispose of than for solvent-based technologies," notes Chuck Gambino, an associate scientist with Bayer MaterialScience.
Secondly we are also concerned at the restrictiveness of the reclaimable expenses, where only NQA registered courses will be allowed.
It is thus reclaimable, to accommodate a space for lesbians outside of heteropatriarchal parameters--it is this subverting of the heteronormative home that is the function of Donoghue's novels.
I was happy to claim that allowance because I had expenses that were not reclaimable and I could give whatever was left to charity and local organisations.
I see a reclaimable resource ready to begin a new life as a gleaming hardwood floor," said Jay Petre, president of Renick Millworks.
A non-scaled job will reclaim the slack only if the amount of reclaimable slack is larger than the job size [19].
Their individual identities, however, were not reclaimable by themselves as individuals; each woman had to either get her husband's signed permission or serve her husband as a defendant in what was otherwise a simple, administrative name-change proceeding.
With this new drying process in place, according to Suncor, it expects to reduce the time it takes from initial land disturbance to having a reclaimable surface to about 10 years--a third of what is now the industry standard.
A good water-pricing mechanism should be designed according to the principle of fairness, reclaimable cost, and the relationship between demand and supply.
With house prices falling by around 11% over the past four years, tax specialists at financial services provider NFU Mutual said that up to pounds 90m in tax could be reclaimable.
This extraction method removed all lipids, phospholipids and triacylglycerols in structural adipose tissue, as well as reclaimable storage triacylglycerols.
Back in 1997, Gordon Brown stopped the tax credits on dividends which were reclaimable within personal pensions and ISA's.