Practicable

  • 61Practicably — Practicable Prac ti*ca*ble, a. [LL. practicare to act, transact, fr. L. practicus active, Gr. ?: cf. F. practicable, pratiquer to practice. See {Practical}.] 1. That may be practiced or performed; capable of being done or accomplished with… …

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  • 62practicably — practicable, practicably Practicable is that which may be done, practiced, or accomplished; that which is performable, feasible, possible; and the adverb practicably means in a practicable manner. Within liability policy providing that when… …

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  • 63practical — practicable, practical Practical usually has a general application, denoting what is possible in practice as distinct from theory, and can also describe a person (‘inclined to action rather than speculation, able to make things work well’),… …

    Modern English usage

  • 64practicability — practicable ► ADJECTIVE ▪ able to be done or put into practice successfully. DERIVATIVES practicability noun practicably adverb. USAGE Although they are related, practicable and practical do not mean exactly the same thing: practicable means… …

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  • 65practicably — practicable ► ADJECTIVE ▪ able to be done or put into practice successfully. DERIVATIVES practicability noun practicably adverb. USAGE Although they are related, practicable and practical do not mean exactly the same thing: practicable means… …

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  • 66practical —  , practicable  Anything that can be done and is worth doing is practical. Anything that can be done, whether or not it is worth doing, is practicable …

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  • 67Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 — Infobox UK Legislation short title=Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 parliament=Parliament of the United Kingdom long title=An Act to make further provision for securing the health, safety and welfare of persons at work, for protecting… …

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  • 68ALARP — stands for as low as reasonably practicable , and is a term often used in the milieu of safety critical and safety involved systems. The ALARP principle is that the residual risk shall be as low as reasonably practicable. It has particular… …

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  • 69Al-Kateb v Godwin — Infobox Court Case name=Al Kateb v Godwin court=High Court of Australia date decided=6 August 2004 full name=Al Kateb v Godwin Ors citations=Cite Case AU|HCA|37|2004, (2004) 219 CLR 562; 208 ALR 124 transcripts=Cite Case AU|HCATrans|456|2003,… …

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  • 70practical — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. usable, useful; advisable; practicable, pragmatic, feasible, effective. See possibility, utility. Ant., impractical. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. matter of fact, pragmatic, unimaginative, solid,… …

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  • 71International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea — The International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972 (COLREGS) are published by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), and set out, inter alia, the rules of the road or navigation rules to be followed by ships and other… …

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  • 72Best Available Technology — (or just BAT) is a term applied with regulations on limiting pollutant discharges with regard to the abatement strategy. Similar terms are best available techniques , best practicable means or best practicable environmental option . The term… …

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  • 73Palestinian right of return — The Palestinian right of return (Arabic: حق العودة Ḥaqq al ʿawda ; Hebrew: זכות השיבה zkhut hashivah ) is a political position or principle asserting that Palestinian refugees, both first generation refugees and their descendants, have a right to …

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  • 74Code of Indian Offenses — What follows is the literal text of the Code of Indian Offenses. R U L E S GOVERNINGTHE COURT OF INDIAN OFFENSES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS,Washington, March 30, 1883.SIR: Your special attention is directed to the… …

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  • 75James K. Polk: Inaugural Address — ▪ Primary Source       Tuesday, March 4, 1845       Without solicitation on my part, I have been chosen by the free and voluntary suffrages of my countrymen to the most honorable and most responsible office on earth. I am deeply impressed with… …

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  • 76Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo — ▪ Primary Source       This agreement ended the war between the United States and Mexico. It was signed on February 2, 1848, at Villa de Guadalupe Hidalgo. By its terms, the United States paid Mexico $15 million for more than 525,000 square miles …

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  • 77possible — 1 Possible, practicable, feasible can mean capable of being realized. Possible is used to dispel doubt that something may or does occur or exist or may come to exist {the regime of religious toleration has become possible only because we have… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 78Dystopia — For other uses, see Dystopia (disambiguation). A dystopia (from Ancient Greek: δυσ , bad, ill , and Ancient Greek: τόπος, place, landscape ; alternatively cacotopia,[1] or anti utopia) is the idea of a society in a repressive and controlled state …

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  • 79Citizen's arrest — A citizen s arrest is an arrest made by a person who is not acting as a sworn law enforcement official.[1] In common law jurisdictions, the practice dates back to medieval Britain and the English common law, in which sheriffs encouraged ordinary… …

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  • 80Florida State Road 10 (pre-1945) — SR 10 was defined by number in 1923 state law, chapter 9311, approved June 8, 1923: * Extending from the Georgia State line near Beechton to East Point, via Tallahassee, Crawfordville, Blockers Ferry and Carrabelle.SR 10 was extended by number in …

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