Emulable

Em´u`la`ble


a.1.Capable of being emulated.
Some imitable and emulable good.
- Abp. Leighton.
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Por otro lado, los comportamientos tabus de Harley Quinn pasan por cierta "expiacion" para volverla digna de compasion y un referente emulable.
Inicia entonces el proceso para gemelarlas en el inconsciente colectivo, el cual desembocara en imaginar a Tenochtitlan como una ciudad emulable a traves de la idealizacion.
His dispassionate analysis aims solely at highlighting those universal and emulable aspects of the system which address the social and psychological needs of the frontline soldier.
They] were emulable stereotypes for American children.
The emulable person in this illustration is gendered feminine.