Anchorable

An´chor`a`ble


a.1.Fit for anchorage.
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"The bridge rests on an anchorable plate that has a stainless separator and a Teflon expansion," said Nelson.
Currently, there are several ways to modify nanomaterials surface as well as a variety of anchorable functional groups.
Such data must also be anchorable to context, such as time of day and geographical location, which provides a greater understanding of how the external environment impacts health.
In other words, the chain that seems to connect Lovecraft and Grabinski against all odds may be anchorable to some third term, a necessary interpretant, to use one of the key concepts of the Peircean semiotics recycled by Riffaterre (1984:81-114) in his model of intertextuality.
Arbitrary drawing objects should ideally be anchorable.