tolerable


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capable of being borne or endured

about average

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The supplemental APR guidance for determining tolerable misstatement reduces (but does not eliminate) auditors' ability to work backward.
The EU designates the tolerable daily intake to be no more than 1.85 milligrams for a person weighing 50 kilograms.
no longer tolerable" for him to stay on in his post.
Film ratings range from almost tolerable (one bomb) to "so godawful that it ruptured the very fabric of space and time with the sheer overpowering force of its mediocrity" (roll of dynamite sticks)." Who the hell knows why people are getting so worked up over 'Central Station' [three-bomb rating]?" asks Mr.
Food improves ritonavir's pharmacokinetics somewhat and makes the drug more tolerable; however, a patient may take ritonavir without food.
It would include families who are willing to double up or triple up until their savings allow them to acquire housing that society somehow finds more tolerable. It includes young professionals whose initial income may be limited, but whose circumstances will almost certainly improve over time.
One of them was exposed to radiation of about 100 millisieverts in the three minutes of work, twice the annual tolerable amount of radiation exposure for nuclear workers, the company officials said.
The legislation, which cleared the House of Representatives Monday, sets the tolerable daily intake of dioxins for humans at no more than 4 picograms per kilogram of body weight.
Even without this medication, however, the procedure can be tolerable for many patients--with the added "pleasure," if one so desires, of being able to see the interior of one's entire colon in living color on the video monitor as the tube passes through.
We do know that these civilities would make life nicer, if not more tolerable. Nevertheless, we forget or overlook our manners.
How do we move from unbearable isolation to some sort of tolerable association?'
One leg doesn't go with the other with any degree of cohesion that might be tolerable in polite society.
As power increases, the tolerable network density decreases, but there is a reasonable range in which satisfactory encapsulation occurs and the unit will run well.
Temperatures in the low to mid-80s are generally perceived as more tolerable. Water in the 90s is not recommended.
"Americans have entered into an unprecedented period of mistrust and even contempt for their neighbors," says Jack Smith, president of Citizens For Better, or at the Very Least, Tolerable Neighbors, a Washington, DC, lobbying group.