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1) n. the power to direct, manage, oversee and/or restrict the affairs, business or assets of a person or entity. 2) v. to exercise the power of control.

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Sugon has good growth and potential in the field of independent security and controllable high-performance server products.
Chinese economist Li Daokui said industries like consumer goods, electronics and manufacturing would be affected the most, but that impact is "controllable", and that US customers will eventually pay the increased taxes because they rely on Chinese products.
The company's lead programmes are CAR-T products that incorporate controllable functions for enhanced safety and efficacy.
A CMOS controllable constant power generator based on the resistive mirror [1] has the range of generated power from 0.48 mW to 10.8 mW, and the load resistance dynamic range up to 28, with the relative error of generated power less than 2.2% and the supply voltage of 10 V.
However, these quantitative controllability methods only roughly measure the dimensionality of controllable subsystems; they could not better distinguish the controllability of systems with the same number of dimensions of controllable subsystems.
This paper describes an activity concerning the design and the development of a new controllable cooling pump based on an MRF clutch.
We can also set a type of transfer function of the filter directly by controllable parameters of suitable active device.
Gillinov warns against shifting your attention away from controllable risk factors and basic preventive behaviors to the latest study that implicates something new as a sign of heart disease risk.
This term is given to the ratio between the maximum and minimum 'controllable' flows through the control valve.
(TSX: CHR.B) said that its Jazz Aviation LP unit has received the decision in the arbitration relating to the benchmarking provisions within its Capacity Purchase Agreement ('CPA') with Air Canada to compare the rate of growth of Jazz's controllable costs to those of a specified group of comparable operators.
Regardless of which mission you're flying, each flight includes two segments when we're at something close to the airplane's minimum controllable airspeed: takeoff and landing.
These indexes calls non-controllable or somewhat controllable. For exact evaluation, analysis of supply chains, cooperation of productive and service companies on development of production, improvement of process for optimum use of sources and decrease of wastages, we shall evaluate non-controllable variable of input so that non-controllable variable of inputs have no effect on quantity of efficiency but have effect on evaluation of efficiency.