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capable of being changed or altered in some characteristic

(of the punishment ordered by a court) capable of being changed to one less severe

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We use [PS.sub.max] to denote the maximum PPE when parameter [S.sub.0] is alterable and use [PS.sub.avg] to denote average PPE when parameter [S.sub.0] is alterable.
Simulation was implemented on a nonlinear alterable thrust direction UAV, which showed that information fusion-based optimal control improves the anti-wind disturbance performance, better than traditional single-loop method; however, this method was not verified by real flight tests [4, 5].
Low scorers are easily upset, alterable, influenced by emotions, passionately less stable, reactive emotionally.
This possibility raises questions about the relationship between legal and print practices: how did censors ensure that authors did not modify a text in the midst of an easily alterable print run?
Physical inactivity is currently classified as one of the three highest risk behaviors in the development of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other chronic diseases such as diabetes and obesity, and is the second highest alterable cause of cardiovascular arterial disease (Centers for Disease Control, 2012).
Oceania had always been at war with Eastasia," he wrote in the novel 1984, to show that with total political control, the past is alterable.
The constitution is either a superior paramount law, unchangeable by ordinary means, or it is on a level with ordinary legislative acts, alterable when the legislature shall please to alter it.
The Constitution is either superior paramount law, unchangeable by ordinary means, or alterable when the legislature shall please to alter it.
Or, their spending plans might not be easily alterable. These are the type of organizations that could find themselves in a quandary.
At its foundation, integrity means that records are not alterable and that events related to them are captured in an audit trail.
* Administrator options such as which printer gets used or the location of the home directories which might not be alterable by users
Only our future trajectory is alterable. We can shape tomorrow, and we must, else the tears of our children and grandchildren will be our legacy of shame.
Public health and health policy issues are rarely due to a single tractable and alterable cause and are notoriously difficult to address.
It's cheap and easily alterable, whereas with injection molding processes, tools need to be fashioned for each individual component of a device, which drives cost up.
Mutually alterable and flexible identities of labor are the backbone of the creation of Special Economic Zones (SEZ) (1) and other global economic regions, which ultimately result in land appropriation and displacement of the poor.