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a.1.Capable of being served.
2.Capable of being preserved.
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Therefore it is important to identify segment which has servable size and most attractive attributes, in sync with the product characteristics.
32) In Germany, the "day fine" system--which allows judges to commute time servable into fines, tailored both to the defendant's earning power and to his degree of culpability--has expanded dramatically from the late 1960s to the present.