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practicable

adj. when something can be done or performed.

practicable

adjective achievable, attainable, capaale of being done, doable, effectible, feasible, not too diffiiult, obtainable, operable, performable, possible, practical, realizable, reasonable, within reach, within the bounds of possibility, workable
Associated concepts: as soon as practicable
See also: appropriate, beneficial, effective, efficient, functional, justifiable, potential, practical, probable, suitable, viable
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Therefore the objectives of present study were to determine the knowledge of dentists about tele-dentistry, to determine dentist's perceived obstacles and its practicability in improving dental health in remote areas and to determine dentist's attitudes toward tele-dentistry.
Sweden) conduct an analysis of the current state of the "responsibility to protect" (R2P) doctrine of international law and debates over its practicability.
The main focus of Schey's project was to implement the new FIBA 3x3 game which is particularly suited for Namibian conditions, due to its easy rules and good practicability.
He added that the Education Ministry welcomes all new developments, but its practicability depends on the principals' attitude toward the system.
Once consensus is reached by the participants, mutual governments will consider the practicability to adjust the cooperation model.
We conducted feasibility, viability and practicability studies in the market in the last few months and identified those areas where there is continuous demand for the vehicles and other areas where there is less demand throughout the day," he said.
Our first step, therefore, consisted of installing such special machine tools as could be obtained in a reasonably short time and using them as a proving ground to test the practicability of production ideas such as has never been tried in our industry.
MEPs have voted in favour of the mandatory extension of existing rules (eg for single ingredient products) without considering calls from several member states, the European Commission and industry for an impact assessment to define if this would bring added value to the consumer and the feasibility and practicability of industry to implement such rules.
In particular, there are two key factors which every business acting as a user of the planning system recognises clearly, but which the system itself all too often seems to ignore: practicability and commerciality.
A recent Court of Appeal decision (Lewis v Howick College Board of Trustees CA239/2010) outlines the test for practicability as regards reinstatement.
In addition, the rating function for third party programs, generated by the TuneUp users, gives advice about the practicability of programs so that users can decide to turn them off or not.
The researchers are cautious, however, "The practicability of chocolate or cocoa drinks as long-term treatment is questionable", said Dr Ried.