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movable

noun agilis, chattels personal, effects, goods, personal effects, personal property, possessions, transportables, transportable property
Associated concepts: movable goods, movable maahinery
Foreign phrases: Mobilia non habent situm.Movables have no situs or local habitation.
See also: ambulatory, amenable, disposable, open, pliant, possession, property, protean, receptive, responsive, suasible, susceptible
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Rising temperature leads to increased movability of the [Si.
Bilic added that he was satisfied with the team's "dominance, movability, discipline, but we'll be having a completely different match.
2], stronger molecular movability of the secondary injection-molding part, more molecular interactions between the first and secondary injection-molding parts at the interface, higher the welding strength.
Adjuncts are marked in much the same way as oblique arguments but differ in that they are not subcategorized for by the verb as shown in features like obligatoriness, raisability, movability, etc.
These consist of kinematical pairs of different grades of movability and of solid members connected with over given pairs.
New designs emphasize efficient, maximal storage space and even movability.
Instead he wants you to consider the lightness and movability of stone.
Also, while the movability of compact shelving nearly doubles the capacity of standard library shelving, it is not particularly inviting for users.
Schmidt relies on a simple mechanical design that allows quick installation and movability.
One of his previous outfits was called Movability Ltd.
Geometry can abstract from time and does not deal with the movability of figures in space; (80) and movability is an essential feature of matter in space.