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advahy zuh bi li tee

  • n  the quality of being advisable
    they questioned the advisability of our policy

  • Over the next 10 years, says Tachikawa, JAXA will study the advisability of lunar exploration and figure out whether Japan should initiate its own manned program.
  • Doumergue's valet pondered again the advisability of a corset.
  • Only the second known time that a woman has born seven live babies raised new questions about the advisability of unpredictable fertility treatments that can often result in .

  • Robert Gates in Washington Post (blog)
    Longstanding principles of law hold that an American corporation is entitled to rely on assurances of legality from officials responsible for government activities. The public officials in question might be right or wrong about the advisability or... John Ashcroft Raw Story Nov 5, 2007 1621 2247 advisability In response to a letter from House Armed Services Committee Chairman Ike Skelton (D-Mo.) requesting views on the advisability of legislative action" to the repeal of don't ask don't tell before the Pentagon completes its review, Defense...
  • Arlen Specter in Washington Post
    In their letter last week to Mr. Mukasey, Mr. Leahy and Mr. Specter asked entirely legitimate questions: "Did Department officials or attorneys communicate views on the advisability or legality of destroying the tapes? What communication has the...

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