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usable

adjective appliable, applicable, compliant, effective, effectual, employable, exploitable, fitting, operable, practical, recyclable, reusable, serviceable, utilizable
Associated concepts: fit for the intended purpose
See also: applicable, available, beneficial, constructive, disposable, eligible, functional, malleable, operative, passable, ripe, viable
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Provincial Health Minister Mir Naseebullah Marri has taken notice over disposing off usable medicines saying action would be taken against responsible employees of health department.
Junior Achievement, American Heart Association HeartWalk, Arkansas Foodbank Summer Cereal Drive, United Way of Arkansas, Race for the Cure and volunteer time off all allow USAble employees to assist their community.
The governor said that the bank would take a series of measures aimed at increasing the capital account convertibility of the yuan and make the currency more freely usable.
It's one that provides higher yield, increased productivity, and is flexible, durable, usable and readily available.
On the other hand, the Mangla Dam water level has surged up to 1225.60 feet, water inflow was recorded at 50,185 and discharge at 15,000 cusecs, while the usable water reserve measured stands at 61,29,000 acre-feet.
TII noted Taiwan's non-life insurers saw invested insurance funds total NT$188.45 billion in 2011, the second-highest since 2006 and accounting for 76.21% of the industry's total usable funds, a trend motivated by the uncertain investment climate due to the European debt crisis.
Determined was the maximum heating value of the aggregate which is usable for road building.
He places particular emphasis on whether or not more usable weapons will reduce what he calls "self-deterrence" and result in the increased likelihood of conflict using such weapons.
XRN: 4U 6U, 12U, 25U with 32" usable depth and special bottom venting and sound proofing
3 : usable power or the resources (as oil) used to produce usable power <Our new dryer uses a lot less energy.>
Key statement: The present invention relates to a metal cable usable for reinforcing a carcass reinforcement for a tire, such as a heavy-vehicle tire, to a composite fabric usable as a ply for such a carcass reinforcement, to a carcass reinforcement comprising this fabric and to a tire incorporating this carcass reinforcement.
Despite the increasing demand for cullet from the container and insulation industries, usable cullet is becoming scarcer, as curbside recycling programs are under increasing pressure from municipal budget constraints.