patible

patible

(ˈpætəbəl)
adj
1. endurable; sufferable; tolerable
2. of or relating to suffering
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She was an apt woman; and a little experience soon demonstrated, to her satisfaction, that education and slavery were incom- patible with each other.
If you need help deciding what's best for you and your dog, find a good force-free trainer who can guide you in making collar decisions that are cornil patible with your training goals and philosophy.
Sunderland City Council leader Paul Watson said: "Technically Com patible is an innovative technology business that has demonstrated very quickly just how scalable it is.
que nos lleve a descartar como moralmente incorrectas aquellas acciones cuya practica generalizada sea incom patible con la preservacion de una biosfera habitable" (3) (Riechmann 2000, 46).
La preservacion de la pureza racial, sin embargo, no es incom patible, en el contexto de la obra, con la fraternidad universal.
The XEED WUX6000 is comA[degrees] patible with five different projecA[degrees] tion lenses -- a short fixed lens, wide zoom lens, standard zoom lens, long zoom lens and an ultraA[degrees] long zoom lens.
Keesoo Kim, president of Cheil Middle East and Afri- ca, said: "Omar's experience speaks for itself and he brings with him a proven portfolio and work ethic that is com- patible with our own philos- ophy for excellence.
In this article, we report the utilization of maleic anhydride grafted Polybutadiene (PB-g-MAH), which is com- patible with the core part of ABS as an efficient compatibilizer in PA66/ABS blends by premilling and extrusion processing.
This heat recovery system is com patible with any type of dryers, ovens and stenter frames.
Charles Carroll, educated in Jesuit schools in France, was to Professor Birzer the first Catholic gentleman who tried to show that Catholic tradition was fully com patible with the American experience (an enterprise later taken up by such men as Orestes Brownson and Carlton J.
These values do not become com patible by calling them all dignity.