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  • a  capable of being determined or limited or fixed
    determinable velocities
    matters determinable by law

  • Relief workers found the water filled with floating bodies, so decomposed that skin color was no longer determinable.
  • Precise method, precise plan is not determinable at this time.
  • The case in point was determinable, not by any lack of sympathy for the League, but by the "sheer facts of Germany's situation.

  • Al Groh in (subscription)
    There's certain places, there's certain teams that after a while, it's determinable that they play a different type of game on the road than they do at home,Groh said, including the Hokies. "They try to get it going early, get the crowd...

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