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It's low cost, cost effective, urgently needed, doable and applicable to millions of consumers.
response control of these major infectious diseases is completely doable.
We asked CPUC to ask the utilities--Edison and PG&E--whether or not it was doable to exempt us," says Hite.
This was deemed doable," says Clement in fielding a question via telephone from Thunder Bay media on why Lakehead wasn't granted equal status in the endeavour.
In 1965, civil rights activism that seemed undoable suddenly became doable after Bloody Sunday," she said.
Linda Roberts, division sales manager for Florida Builder Appliances, sees healthier cuisine as a doable trend for the new year thanks to new steam-cooking ovens and countertop units from such high-end suppliers as Miele and Gaggenau.
Across the country, a model that seems to be most doable has groups of parishes sharing parish nurses.
With attention to including dairy foods in the diet, it's very doable," he says.
That should be doable but the operation in Lansing could run into some difficulty.
A reporter covering the event laughs at her for the absurdity of the suggestion, and even as she realizes-and we with her-in exactly what way the suggestion is absurd, we also understand the simplicity, the logic, the utterly sensible and obvious rightness of the proposal, and just how doable the transfer of funds from military "defense" to civilian welfare might be-were our leaders so inclined.
Telling yourself, "I'm going to present my ideas at the next meeting," is a doable goal.
there was no one who could say that such and such should cost less or should be doable faster.