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a.1.Such as can be lost.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Secondly, and worse, it would create an unwanted, costly and potentially losable by-election.
"Every game is big and tough, winnable and losable. Teams like Derby, Leeds, Bristol City and Sheffield United, they can all play.
One technique I've used is handicapping myself in a way that ensures a very tough, and likely losable, match.
All that said, and assuming the dollars involved are indeed "losable," I wouldn't probe too hard.
In the war of the 20th and 21st century there are no winners," said Zarif, whose government has behaved in Syria, Yemen, and Iraq as if wars are very much winnable or losable. He let a detectable anti-Arab chauvinism slip through: "We need to have a strong region, not to be the strongest in the region," Zarif claimed, drawing a supposed contrast between Iran and its Gulf neighbors.
Thus, making identity 'losable' and attainable at the same time.
This stage lasts for a longer time and has fewer losable particles.
Solutions-based packaging that is less breakable, easier to dispense from or resealable versus just rec losable is the key to adding value beyond merely being different, he says.