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capable of occurring or being done

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capable of being done with means at hand and circumstances as they are

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The Keti Bandar was not only floated by Pakistan as a feasible deep seaport but was also confirmed by some international investors who carried out satellite imagery.
In the 6th step, we show that there exists a feasible region in both configuration 5.
Thus, a cancer warning is required for any product that contains more than these thresholds, unless the levels of lead are "naturally occurring" and have been reduced to the "lowest level currently feasible.
07) said it will be feasible to longer extent, 3 voters believed in it on the medium level, and other 3 voted they do not know the feasibility of the period.
Edward, Melvin, and Barbara Green (Plaintiffs) filed a petition arguing the proposed route was not the nearest feasible route, as required by the statute, and would have a devastating impact on their dairy farm.
The findings show that, although significant energy efficiencies can be achieved, reaching a 30-percent reduction above the ASHRAE standard isn't feasible using common design approaches, and would exceed a 10-year payback.
Keywords Linear programming, simplex method, initial feasible basis, elementary transformation of matrix.
Simply tell us what you think is the most feasible alternative to nuclear power in the climate-change era.
SOA has become feasible in recent years because of the emergence of Web-based standards and technology that enables individuals and organizations to deploy and use them on the global network.
Therefore, it established that recording interrogations was a requirement of the state's due process as provided in the Alaska Constitution when an interrogation occurred in a law enforcement or detention facility and when feasible.
It's feasible to thaw a turkey of 12 pounds or less (unwrapped) in the microwave oven on the defrost cycle, turning often (follow manufacturer's instructions).
Eventually, it would go to a supplier company where, perhaps, it was determined that although something was manufacturing feasible, for some reason it was probably better if it was modified in order to meet some other efficiencies.
feasible engineering controls must be in place--May 31, 2010.
According to the Times, Schumer and Graham said, "more aggressive checks of containers were now technically and economically feasible.
We determined that not only was it technically feasible, but feasible from a cost perspective," Polley says.