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manageable

adjective able to be completed, able to be finished, controllable, capable of completing, capable of finishing, doable, operable, performable, under control, workable
Associated concepts: judicially manageable standards
See also: corrigible, facile, flexible, malleable, obedient, pliable, pliant, resigned, sequacious, tractable, yielding
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There are incidents of killings but [these are] within manageable levels to the point that it is not widespread in the province.'
There are incidents of killings but it's within a manageable level," he added.
When including potable water, the total bill is $61, or a manageable 1.4% of MHI.
Good, consistent healthy habits are the foundation and key to soft, manageable hair that will be your crowning glory.
Cordi O'Hara, director of UK market operations said: "Electricity margins are manageable throughout the winter period."
According to News Limited, she said that despite having a very hectic lifestyle and travelling schedule, its very manageable, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Juncker, who earlier this month said a Greek exit from the euro zone would be manageable but not desirable, said: "I did say an exit would be manageable.
Taipei, Taiwan, October 05, 2011 --(PR.com)-- 4ipnet, Inc., a leading wireless networking device provider for manageable, reliable, and secure wireless access, today has announced the support of Remote WLAN Management solution for the wide area network.
BBVA (MC.BBVA) has opined that capital shortfalls in some of Spain's banks are manageable.
Bank says LNG exports will repay $103b as part of a manageable redemption schedule
The TRC expects these credit costs will remain manageable and in line with the stable credit environment over the next two years.
The HR team took the decision to move away from a process that included between 20 and 30 individual requirements and consolidated these into a manageable handful of essential requirements, using the competencies in the Higher Educational Role Analysis (HERA) framework used by most universities.