Divertible


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Di`vert´i`ble


a.1.Capable of being diverted.
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It is estimated that those visitors will generate more than 400 tons of divertible recyclables.
The indictment noted that Indivior minted billions of dollars in revenue from Suboxone Film prescriptions that fooled health care providers into believing that Suboxone Film was safe, less divertible, and less abusable than other opioid-treatment drugs.
It is thus an extremely divertible drug, and I predict that we will encounter diversion, abuse, and death within the early months of its availability on the market."
Raeford Brown, who could not attend the advisory meeting, wrote to Gottlieb and the FDA in October, urging the agency not to approve what he called the "extremely divertible drug," meaning it was likely to find its way from medical centers to the street.
The gut bacteria of the sable have more diversity than Siberian tiger, panda, horse, and human, and it may originate from the more divertible diet of the sable.
An arrest referral means an officer has probable cause to make an arrest for a divertible crime, explains LEAD to a potential participant, and the individual voluntarily chooses to meet with a LEAD case manager rather than being booked into jail.
793, 798 (O'Connor, J., concurring) (discussing the implications of divertible materials and equipment).