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  • s  susceptible of improvement

  • But as a weapon of war, crude but improvable, it made its mark.
  • It was too often unaccompanied by the leavening explanation: liberal bleakness was caused by a belief that things could be better, fairer, that society was improvable.
  • Yes, some Gazans who lack the proper connections are facing the possibility of Malnutrition- though that is largely due to improvable problems of internal distribution rather than .

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