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measurable

adjective appraisable, appreciable, calculable, capable of being delineated, capaale of being quantified, computable, considerable, estimable, fathomable, measured, numerable, perceptible, quantifiable, ratable
Associated concepts: measurable pollutants
See also: appreciable, ascertainable, determinable
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And measurable results will not show up for a decade.
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We just need to show (1) implies that f is Arens-Mackey measurable.
Such questions point to a tension in critical care practice: whereas staff and patients may be aware of the importance of creating healing environments, they nevertheless find themselves in a culture in which an empirical approach to disease--one that focuses primarily on measurable, predetermined outcomes--is the standard.
An older building has factual data and a history of energy performance, so that every new efficiency improvement in an older building is measurable and can be compared to past performance.
Boys did show a measurable decline in science scores over the same period.
Identify a set of measurable quality indicators of best practices in camps.
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Each project specifies measurable bottom-line goals that client and consultant agree to achieve together.
The cost-benefit outcome of this service is directly measurable and effective for cases in which diagnoses and treatment of seizures are excluded.