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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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Here, as with respect to some overly definitive nonenforcement policies, courts can manageably police the outer bounds of organic executive nonenforcement authority.
When compared with the attack [11] proposed by Qi Chai, to succeed with probability 1, the preparation phase of their attack requires more effort in time than the exhaustive search, while our attack works on Hummingbird-2 cipher with manageably low data complexity and time complexity, and our attack can succeed with probability of almost 1.
The fiscal plan will help keep the national debt, now around 10 percent of GDP, manageably low.
Both the types, though possessed many disadvantages were manageably used for light animals up to 150kg body weight.
They are manageably brief, and each comes with a short introduction and modernized paragraphing and punctuation.
He has shown us how to think meaningfully and talk manageably about class in America.
To manage system changes on short notice, for instance, integration points between lines, phones, IVR menus and other functions can be handled centrally and more manageably within the existing system, preventing wholesale switch-outs of key components and pieces of hardware.
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Informex offers an intimate take on the classic exhibition format, with a manageably sized show that consistently differentiates itself from other events.
These characteristics, however, may be manageably distilled and organized into aggravating and mitigating factors and analyzed as pieces of circumstantial evidence to reach an estimation of organizational culpability.
They aim primarily at articulating research practices that are unambiguous and manageably administered by centralized authorities.