a.1.Capable of illustration.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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For this purpose, the soft wares reduce the coordinates of the farm as much as possible to be illustrable on the monitor.
In this context, it is also illustrable here that this Dasanami panthi symbolically maintained the close proximity to the Vajrayana sect of Buddhism for some of its ritual practices.
Perhaps the most depressing conclusion from this book is the observation, based on this case, but illustrable in many others, that the way philosophical disputes get decided and the way subsequent history is written depend little on the dialectical strength, adequacy or sophistication of the positions proposed.
Thus, the scene very interestingly represents one of the illustrable themes on the stone.
The historical and socio-religious influences on material arts and crafts of the region are quite illustrable. Not only were the religious art and craft commonly fostered in the region but also the secular art objects appeared through the means of social service activities made by the King and commoners in the history of western Nepal.