Cessible

Ces´si`ble


a.1.Giving way; yielding.
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Data from the Health Insurance Fund (responsible for public health care in Estonia) have been publicly ac cessible only in two recent years.
Situated in the heart of the village yet enjoying southerly rural views, it is in the much sought-after Vale of Glamorgan and is easily ac- cessible to Cardiff and the M4.
Il est necessaire a cette fin de s'assurer que l'actif titrise est cessible et qu'aucune restriction ou condition ne se rattache a la cession (24).
EU membership will be a huge advantage because it will increase the size of the cessible market," says Petros Mavromichalis, top aide to the head of the Enlargement Directorate at the European Commission.