blockable

blockable

(ˈblɒkəbəl)
adj
able to be blocked or prevented
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Since tumor uptake in the chosen model was insufficient and not blockable, this phenomenon was not investigated any further.
The US Treasury Department in May said Mahan Air had a "blockable interest" in the planes.
The US Treasury Department said last month that Mahan Air had a "blockable interest" in the planes, meaning the planes could be seized at airports outside Iran.
The US Treasury Department said last month that Mahan Air had a "blockable interest" in the planes, meaning they could be subject to an asset freeze, raising the possibility that Washington may attempt to have them seized at airports outside Iran.
Although the sexual case (12a) and the racial case (13a) both involve utterances the felicity of which are blockable by some descriptive content, it can be observed from these examples that they are not both blockable by the same descriptive content.
The range includes EL370, EL371 and EL372, satin, matte and super-matte, foil blockable formulations that reduce wash up and press downtimes.
In April 2010, CPSC issued a rule permitting a drain cover of certain specifications to be used to convert a blockable suction outlet into an unblockable suction outlet.
To help districts customize their web security solutions, vendors often offer a predefined list of blockable content and allow school administrators to select additional sites to block, depending on factors such as the age of the students and their familiarity with internet security threats.
The question is: What is the minimal value of gmax, so that there exists an allocation that is not blockable by 2 agents through a single link?
McAfee's research also highlights that the top potentially risk-laden sites blocked by European IT managers are Internet dating (36%) and music downloads (36%) These certainly fall into the category of technologies that limit productivity but can also increase an organisation's exposure to security threats, and are therefore clearly more straightforward to identify as "blockable".
Eight percent (12 PLs) reported other problems, including blocking of a patron's name because it contained a word that the filter treated as "blockable." One Indiana librarian admitted, "We previously had a filter that did not block enough, this one blocks too much.
Of course, it's a sheer disgrace that the sewer should be so small and so easily blockable....