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a.1.Capable of being strained.
2.Violent in action.
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12) Bacon, 1861b, 495, explains that the Statute of Uses was passed because Parliament foresaw "that it would be mischievous that men's lands should so suddenly, upon the payment of a little money, be conveyed from them, peradventure in an alehouse or a tavern upon strainable advantages.
The waist belt is made of a structural elastic-like film web, made of a strainable network that has a first region and a second region formed of substantially the same material composition.
The backsheet is a structural elastic-like polymer film with a network of distinct strainable regions formed within that exhibit elastic-like behavior without the use of added elastic materials.