appreciable :

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  • s  enough to be estimated or measured
    appreciable amounts of noxious wastes are dumped into the harbor

  • For that reason, he has turned his political ideas into critical channels and his ability to analyze our current literary product is appreciable.
  • I did not spend any appreciable time on my NPR show talking about Scott Peterson, Kobe Bryant, the Terrell Owens incident or Janet's exposing her breast.
  • Alcohol may do you no coronary good until you reach the age at which heart disease becomes an appreciable risk.
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  • John Paul Stevens in International Herald Tribune
    The city has carefully formulated an economic development that it believes will provide appreciable benefits to the community, including - but by no means limited to - new jobs and increased tax revenue,Stevens wrote in an opinion joined by...
  • Mike Scioscia in Reuters
    We'll slow him down, let the stuff in his elbow calm down, and go from there,manager Mike Scioscia said. "We don't anticipate that it's the sort of setback that will cost him an appreciable part of the season."
  • Edward Rubin in Independent
    While unable to definitively conclude that interbreeding between the two species of humans did not occur, analysis of the nuclear DNA from Neanderthal suggests the low likelihood of it having occurred at any appreciable level,said Edward...

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