alterability


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the quality of being alterable

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It is characterized by her militant stance, her penetrating analysis of society, politics, and culture, and her fundamental belief in the alterability of prevailing power relationships.
Flash memory is not suited to all applications, having its own problems with random access time, bit alterability, and write cycling.
This alterability factor is of particular relevance for the speech-language and behavior analysis practitioner whose goal is to establish, change, or correct language behavior.
What steps do you recommend to minimize the risks of alterability of records and to avoid potential legal challenges?
R)evolutions of Change: Female Alterability in 'The Children' and 'At the Landing.