authorizable

authorizable

(ˈɔːθəˌraɪzəbəl) or

authorisable

adj
able to be authorized
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Fourth, comparing across groups (see Table 3), the ratio of 'authorized, authorizable' versus 'authorized, non-authorizable' timber volumes (the latter referring to timber volumes that against official policy were authorized for concessions without approved management plan) indicates that the share of 'authorized, authorizable' timber volumes dominated in most cases--except for the Chinese in 2009, when their share of 'authorized, non-authorizable' exceeded the share of 'authorized, authorizable' (indicated by a ratio below 1).
law, their detention may be authorizable only in accordance with the Enemy Alien Act.
Unlike the spoken dialects known to us today, which often possess hundreds of etymologically and graphically obscure morphemes, nearly every lexical item in spoken Guanhua Would seem to be formally "authorizable" in terms of the Chinese script.