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usable

adjective appliable, applicable, compliant, effective, effectual, employable, exploitable, fitting, operable, practical, recyclable, reusable, serviceable, utilizable
Associated concepts: fit for the intended purpose
See also: applicable, available, beneficial, constructive, disposable, eligible, functional, malleable, operative, passable, ripe, viable
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Exclusive Long-Term Pay and Display' The street contains spaces usable only by those with pay and display vouchers all day, from Monday to Sunday, 8am to 10pm.
This API also takes up disk space in the system, as much as 25% of the usable storage.
These organisms, including horseshoe vetch, get their usable nitrogen--ammonium and nitrates--either from nitrogen-fixing bacteria or from organic material broken down by microbes.
InputAccel enables organizations to transform paper documents into electronic data, extract the desired information, convert this information into a usable format and integrate the data into the organization's enterprise systems.
Average full-service architectural and engineering fees: $4 per usable square foot
The team will continue to work to get all the paths open and usable and build on what we have already achieved.
The grid provides the rectangular steel canopy (covered in partly transparent solar panels) that makes the place usable throughout the year.
If the equipment is still usable, it can be sold off, often to foreign countries where the technology pace isn't as rapid as it is in the United States.
It would certainly be a great aid to making technical information usable if we could acquire superpowers on the spot just by uttering an acronym formed from the characteristics that we needed to achieve: USABILITY
You will recall that Commissioner Goldberg distinguished the current individual information reporting system from proposals for a corporate program on the grounds that a corporate program would do little in advancing the IRS's goal of providing taxpayers with timely, accurate, and usable information with which they can file their returns.
Under the Act, newly constructed public accommodations and commercial facilities must be "readily accessible to and usable by" people with disabilities, unless the facility can show that it is structurally impracticable to meet this requirement.