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ma ni juh buhl

  • a  capable of being managed or controlled
  • s  capable of existing or taking place or proving true; possible to do

  • The new mortgage would be an FHA-guaranteed fixed-rate mortgage at terms manageable for the homeowner.
  • Speaking at an energy briefing in the East Room, Carter lamely explained that the nation's problems "are manageable enough for me to leave the White House for a limited travel .
  • Most important, Trump has eluded the specter of personal bankruptcy by whittling his debt down to more manageable proportions.
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  • 8 debt collection mistakes
    Being in debt is bad, but it's manageable. Don't make things worse by not paying attention.
    June 18, 2013 - MSN
  • How to involve the whole family in fitness
    PHOENIX -- Just like moms, dads often have a hard time squeezing fitness into their busy lives. And even though Father's Day has passed, Scott Keppel of Scott's Training Systems in Chandler wanted to offer dads some tips on staying in shape, and involving the whole family in a fitness plan. Keppel uses everyday items in his family training to keep things manageable and affordable. Some at-home ...
    June 18, 2013 - KTVK 3TV Phoenix
  • Should the Boston Red Sox Explore Making a Change to Their Starting Rotation?
    COMMENTARY | The Boston Red Sox's starting rotation has performed above average thus far in 2013. It is markedly improved from just one year ago, but it could also be better. Replacing one of the starters is more than possible, and the risk of such a move is more than manageable. Who might that be? The answer to that question follows the consideration of a fairly recent development.
    June 17, 2013 - Yahoo! Contributor Network via Yahoo! Sports

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