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ap·pro·pri·a·ble

 (ə-prō′prē-ə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being appropriated: appropriable funds.
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Adj.1.appropriable - that can be appropriated; "appropriable funds"
alienable - transferable to another owner
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The early state rested on and encouraged grain farming, because it required "wealth in the form of an appropriable, measurable, dominant grain crop and a population growing it that can be easily administered and mobilized.
Or, je refuse un droit appropriable, c'est-a-dire un droit reduit a la prehension, a l'apprehension, a la raison du plus fort.
A: Things appropriable by nature which are without an owner, such as animals that are the object of hunting and fishing, hidden treasure and abandoned movables, are acquired by occupation.
Strikingly, return flows are appropriable by downstream users.
As I have emphasized, properly designed regulation can provide appropriable rents-money that can be banked-to targeted special interests within an industry or region, those that are more thoughtfully called the "bootleggers.
Accordingly, we could also consider the dynamic advantage of embodying organizational-specific capital, human and physical that is uniquely appropriable by the firms that give cohesiveness to the Japanese enterprises as a competitive unit in relational transactions worldwide.
The Provincial Monitoring Cell of Rescue 1122 is in close coordination with the Metrological Department; National Disaster Management Authority/Provincial Disaster Management Authority to ensure timely flood forecasting, appropriable level of preparedness and effective response to floods in any district of the Punjab.
But in December, Parmentier's three collaborators made a proposition he considered fundamentally regressive: that each painter might also sign the others' works, on the understanding that these notionally inexpressive marks existed apart from any originating subject and were, therefore, equally appropriable by all.
Reinganaum, investigated whether or not entry results in increased or decreased investment by a given firm can depend critically upon the extent to which the rewards to innovation are appropriable.
Vertical integration, appropriable rents, and the competitive contracting process.
People are the strategic assets meaning "the set of difficult to trade and imitate, scarce, appropriable, and specialized resources and capabilities that bestow the firm's competitive advantage" (Amit & Shoemaker, 1993, p.
Project Description: A productive recovery intervened in the impacted watershed Uairen River, from the perspective of local people, with their own or appropriable technologies, developing agroforestry models with local species such as the Incas, Manihot, Mauritia and consolidating a network of tourism areas is proposed Community and economic and environmental education through the automation of various activities of the productive sector, contribute to short-term improvements in the quality of life of women and the family in general alternative.