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Synonyms for able

having the ability to perform well

Synonyms for able

(usually followed by 'to') having the necessary means or skill or know-how or authority to do something

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have the skills and qualifications to do things well

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having inherent physical or mental ability or capacity

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having a strong healthy body

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j], j = 1, 2, such as in the ambient penalty models of Segerson (1988) and Horan, Shortie, and Abler (1998), monitoring and enforcement of NPS loads is essentially a nonissue.
49) Later this paved the way for Darwin's theory, but what is striking here is that the view of human origin from "same stock" also denotes Mill's acceptance of the hypothesis of an abler and strongest race, even if it is only by accident or chance.
Contact Name/Title: David Abler, Professor and Graduate Officer
We've put money into the tourism industry for our business partners to be abler to offer quality services.
These problems were compounded when intemal party placeseeking, of little ideological significance, led to the loss of several of the abler and better-known SNP politicians, demoted to unelectable positions on party lists, although one of them, the flamboyant Margo MacDonald, successfully restyled herself as an Independent.
presidential candidate asked, "Isn't it harder in politics to defeat a fool, say, than an abler man?
In fact, a consistent physical activity program might result in lower costs because of a stronger, healthier, and abler resident population.
Yet the course Barrera taught at the Complutense (which he says directly gave rise to this book) must have been, by virtue of Barrera's erudition, ecumenicity, and willingness to offer detailed sustentation for a strong thesis, an invigorating challenge to his abler students.
And call our man in the pin-stripe suiting and restore him to His abler logic; to his people.
For discussions of the more detailed issues of the practicalities of implementation pertinent to this section, see, for example, Swierzbinski (1994), Horan, Shortle and Abler (1998) and Bulckaen (1997)).
This was a heady vision which was sustained and developed in Christian colleges and among the abler and more influential missionaries.
Older and abler than his brothers, Walter might have postponed ruin by his labor.
Longstreet, a far abler commander than Forrest, graces the Southern
For our abler pupils, we need to set the expectations higher.
Deer may be abler to browse here on the occasional buds arid branchtips that are within their reach.