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ac·tion·a·ble

 (ăk′shə-nə-bəl)
adj.
1. Giving cause for legal action: an actionable statement.
2. Relating to or being information that allows a decision to be made or action to be taken.
3. Capable of being put into practice: proposed several actionable measures to reduce the federal deficit.

ac′tion·a·bly adv.
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Although the FCC staff had previously indicated that fleeting or isolated expletives would not be deemed to violate the agency's indecency policy, the Commission reversed course in 2004 and found actionably indecent U2 frontman Bono's comment during the Golden Globes Awards program that receiving his prize was "really, really fucking brilliant.
As a result, to date, NLHP has been able to actionably engage with more than 50 percent of its member population in a matter of months, a statistic that is a far outlier among care coordination given the transient nature of the member population, its officials say.
My decision to join Metro is unequivocally based on the firm's commitment to our clients and our mission to serve as advocates of such trusted relationships, which are clearly stated, fully transparent, and actionably demonstrated in how we go about our business every day.
Recognition of the surface owner's absolute dominion over the subsurface resource pool beneath the freehold does not resolve the question of whether the surface owner has actionably exercised that dominion.
proposal] is coercive, but whether it is actionably coercive.
230% 2320 (2012) (holding that because the FCC failed to give Fox or ABC fair notice prior to the broadcasts in question, fleeting expletives and momentary nudity could be found actionably indecent, and the Commission's standards as applied to said broadcasts were unconstitutionally vague); see also FCC v.
Writing for the majority, Justice Anthony Kennedy noted that the regulatory history "makes it apparent that the Commission policy in place at the time of the broadcasts gave no notice to Fox or ABC that a fleeting expletive or a brief shot of nudity could be actionably indecent; yet Fox and ABC were found to be in violation.