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practicable

adj. when something can be done or performed.

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"Practical" has a variety of meanings, whereas "practicable" has one very narrow one.
March 17, 2015), the Superior Court of New Jersey affirmed on appeal the trial court's determination that the continued operation of an LLC with a member who demanded repayment of the LLC's debt to him was not "reasonably practicable" within the meaning of New Jersey's LLC act governing judicial dissociation.
It is important to remind you that a person controlling a business or undertaking (PCBU) must do what is reasonably practicable in the circumstances to manage risks and maintain a safe workplace.
The GMC added: "You should inform the patient before disclosing the information, if practicable and safe, even if you intend to disclose without their consent."
He stressed the need that experts and teachers of universities all over the country should formulate collectively practicable suggestions to overcome this issue.
The European Income Business's AuM as at close of business on 1 April 2016 (being the latest practicable date prior to the date of this announcement) was GBP 298m.
A duty to reduce risks to as low as reasonably practicable
Helius said its board is exploring the best way to return available cash to shareholders as soon as reasonably practicable and will endeavour to return as much cash to shareholders as possible.
A DECISION to introduce a vaccine that protects against a deadly form of meningitis will be made as soon as practicable, the Welsh Government says.
He said that besides government, it is also responsibility of the farmers to present practicable suggestions for increasing agriculture production.
The alternate employment should be "as far as reasonably practicable, the same as, or equivalent to, the employment in which the worker was at the time of the injury".