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colourable

justifiable on the face of it. So lawyers speak of a colourable argument, case or warrant.
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Variations of the colour and colourability theme include colour of office, colour of title, and colour of right.
Finally, the significance of the pith and substance principle, and its relationship to the associated doctrines of colourability, necessarily incidental, and double-aspect was more recently recognized by the Supreme Court of Canada in Canadian Western Bank v Alberta.
These inquiries sometimes invoke "colourability," the idea that a statute formally directed at one purpose is really impermissibly aimed at another purpose outside the government's authority.
"In addition to the significant weight and cost advantages over typical materials used in similar applications, this Celstran PP LFT offers high stiffness, strength, toughness and low warpage while providing wide design latitude, colourability and a much better surface finish out of the mould", said Simone Orosco, Development and Marketing Manager of Ticona, Brazil.
"Particularly in the areas of improved comfort and colourability, our new work wear products will provide major benefits for customers and address unmet market needs.
New planes and retrofitting existing ones feature fresh designs and aesthetics, requiring materials that can provide excellent colourability and creative design freedom.
The other big difference is that the Criminal power does not require analysis of a federal law's impact on provincial jurisdiction (other than to assess the "colourability" of the law).
Converters will appreciate OnCap BIO L's flow properties and ability to maintain part stiffness, while brand owners will welcome its colourability and attractive surface finish.