deletable

deletable

(dɪˈliːtəbəl)
adj
able to be deleted
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Deletable apps include Compass, Stocks and the Apple Watch app.
For example, Levi (1978) focuses more on the nature of what she calls "recoverable deletable predicates" (what we are calling relational structures) than on the particular semantics of the modifiers and heads entering into those relations.
Around the world, about 183 billion emails are sent every day, of which an estimated 130bn are of the instantly deletable variety known as spam.
Surely, in a few years we'll be able to have everything contained in the racecard downloaded into a personal communication device on entry to a racecourse, digitalising the whole process and making it instantly deletable when its sell-by date has passed.
We define a region without humans as a Deletable Region, which is represented as Dk.
Guarantee data authenticity--keeping data secure in a non-editable, non deletable environment with proof of authenticity via digital hashing algorithms applied upon retrieval.
notes: A opera is a suber, A-"repo"(ssession) C c in deletable position F Let = left f out.
In this regard, the learners' dictionary should specify which clause patterns a verb may enter, what complementation it may take, which items are obligatory, optional or deletable (Jackson 1985: 56).
i] is deletable iff its deletion leaves at least one cycle in [P".
Because the print versions of record e-mail contained all information that users saw on their own screens, the remaining electronic version was a deletable convenience copy (Armstrong v.
The 9-5 has a driver airbag and one for the front passenger which is deletable to order -- side airbags are mounted in the front seats.
This insidious plot involves implanting androids with deletable "humanistic memory" and "self-realization" that puts their soul "on loan.