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ob·serv·a·ble

 (əb-zûr′və-bəl)
adj.
1. Possible to observe: observable phenomena; an observable change in demeanor.
2. Archaic Deserving or worthy of note; noteworthy: an observable anniversary.
n.
A physical property, such as weight or temperature, that can be observed or measured directly, as distinguished from a quantity, such as work or entropy, that must be derived from observed quantities.

ob·serv′a·bly adv.
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Adv.1.observably - in a noticeable manner; "he changed noticeably over the years"
Translations

observably

[əbˈzɜːvəblɪ] ADVvisiblemente

observably

adv (= visibly)sichtlich
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Finally, the propensity score matching estimation, which compares retired individuals with observably similar late-life workers, shows that older people who continued working under full-time and voluntary part-time arrangements reported higher levels of well-being and job satisfaction than their retired counterparts.
From what is observable to the eye, no European nation-state has been as successful in squaring that circle as has the United States, which is itself observably challenged.
The enthusiasm displayed by exhibitors this year is observably higher than in previous years, leading the organizers to dramatically increase the size of the exhibition area.
During her follow-up visits, DHEA-S and total testosterone levels observably regressed to their normal reference ranges.
She seeks to persuade others to join in her observably spiritual quest.
5ubpar loans were bundled to produce mortgage-backed securities, which the rating agencies (with government encouragement) conveniently analyzed with questionable ("deeply and observably flawed" [p.
Observably, there is a strong correlation between client priorities noted and the referrals provided by LARCC.
This is suggestive evidence that a possible asymmetric information effect (or a spurious link between observably good quality and a high lead share) may be offset by the lead being forced to keep a larger share of loans extended to weak borrowers.
Given that dual-eligible and Medicare-only patients are observably quite different, we also performed our statistical analysis using a subset of patients who are observably similar (i.
Observably, I am confident that 2015 will be a year of elevated growth for the UAE healthcare sector.
As Hampshire points out, to view the reasons advanced in political argument as "always rationalizations" or just "mere decoration, designed to make the agent respectable in her own eyes and the eyes of others," is not really plausible because it "overlooks the active interest that men and women observably take both in the process and in the procedures of negotiation" (1989, 175-176).
2] relative to specification 10, a result suggestive of large persistent differences in operating costs across observably similar firms.