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admitting of penetration or passage into or through

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capable of being penetrated

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In its place was a fragile structure whose mechanisms of accountability and evaluation were a house of cards, penetrable and easy to bypass.
Afghanistan's long borders are penetrable and provide direct trail to enter in Pakistan's two main troubling provinces-Balochistan and Khyber Kakhtunkhwa.
The reason being X-ray is logistical difficulty in cattle due to large body mass which is poorly penetrable by the rays." Animals too can get infected with human TB and that chicken TB can also affect both cows and humans and vice versa, he offers.
What is most worrying is that these attacks targeted some of the most important organisations and data repositories in the country like Indian Railways, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), National Informatics Centre (NIC), Centre for Railway Information Systems (CRIS) and Punjab National Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, State Bank of India and state data centres in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka.Spear phishing and malware were recognised as the two main methods used in these breaches, which just goes to show that India's security infrastructure is easily penetrable and that if the country's most important institutions cannot survive phishing attacks, they can be severely fractured in more sophisticated breaches.
To make digital skills more penetrable and accessible these kind of platforms have been created in numerous other countries, platforms like Rumie, Enuma, Ekstep have been successful in providing skills to far flung areas and can be replicated in Pakistan with local understanding of the needs and pain points of the society.
Meanwhile on the other side of the US border, efforts are being made to reinforce it and make it less penetrable from the outside.
Are they neutral or weak, meaning penetrable? Do their policies require excessive red tape?
Is such work best exemplified by grand, physically interactive pieces (installations like Jesus Rafael Soto's Penetrable de Lyon [1988]: long strands of what looks and feels like half-cooked spaghetti through which you are invited to walk, or the calming, colour-flooded rooms of Carlos Cruz-Diez's Chromosaturation [1965]; orYayoi Kusama's Invisible Life [2000-11], a corridor of mirrors which distort your reflection as you pass between them) of the kind beloved by urban developers and museum curators intent on promoting user participation?
A decision recently published by the Minnesota Court of Appeals established that such a veil can be a little less penetrable than the slight material in a real veil.
So long as we can ensure that the new filters are large non-skin penetrable ingredients and are both safe and effective, then a host of filters will be produced that will provide protection against UVB, UVA, high energy visible (HEV) and infrared radiation.
Wang Zhibiao, President of Chongqing Haifu who invented the first HIFU Tumor Therapy System, introduced, "Similar to using a magnifying glass to focus sunlight, HIFU uses numerous penetrable ultrasound beams to propagate through soft tissue and are focused at the target volume, raising the temperature of the isolated tissue to generate tumor death.
That, in a nutshell, is Freeman's gamble--to make sense of apocalyptic writing, to show the ways in which the dense allusivity remained penetrable for those seeking not only spiritual solace but also a stirring toward resistance and even activism.
Local drug syndicates are targeting private higher education institutions (IPTS) which are among the easily penetrable markets to sell synthetic drugs as the students, usually from high-income background, have high purchasing power.
Rob coauthored four books on topics ranging from the probability of penetrable optical path for high-intensity high-contrast optical targets to marine climatologies.
Scattering from a penetrable surface has been discussed in [12].