commutability


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com·mut·a·ble

 (kə-myo͞o′tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being substituted, interchanged, or revoked: a commutable prison sentence.
2. Accessible to commuters: "Seattle's next most commutable island is Vashon" (Islands).

com·mut′a·bil′i·ty n.
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Noun1.commutability - exchangeability by virtue of being replaceable
exchangeability, fungibility, interchangeability, interchangeableness - the quality of being capable of exchange or interchange
2.commutability - the quality of being commutable
changeability, changeableness - the quality of being changeable; having a marked tendency to change; "the changeableness of the weather"
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Commutability of PT specimens cannot be assumed unless unaltered patient specimens are used in PT, and this has not been possible for large scale PT programs, except in a few cases.
We assessed the commutability of the 4 conventional proficiency testing (PT) specimens with specimen C-02 from the differences between the instrument groups mean values for the conventional specimens and the differences for the C-02 specimen from the reference or the designated comparison measurement procedure values.
The Town of Westwood has received a great deal of attention within the real estate community, particularly for its commutability to Boston and the recent development of University Station.
Joseph Passarelli: Once again, commutability of the reference material is a major issue.
The properties are staples in their respective communities and are all well located in densely populated areas with high income levels and commutability to New York City.
In poetic terms, in "Away, away, it is the air" it is as if the elements of Wordsworth's style, so often combining for inclusive, expansive effects of limpidity and commutability, (48) have been spun apart in a centrifuge.
This commutability is precisely the point: Mackie's images all occupy three dimensions, pushing painting into full objecthood just as sculpture may evaporate into the pictorial.
As a generic advertisement, it represents the commutability of consumer goods notwithstanding the way we fetishize our brands.
Usually it will be schooling ahead of everything else; commutability particularly to local towns, Birmingham and a lesser extent London, taking into consideration A-roads, motorway networks and airports such as Birmingham International, and villages and towns with good facilities.
Sam Gibson, partner at Strutt and Parker, which covers an area between the Tweed and Tees, says commutability is a key factor.
A combination of space, gardens, hobby facilities, views and commutability put Riding Wood Farm in a rare category.
The inclusive "we" marks an affective world where distinctions of identity do not count, because all the elements of nature and scene enter into a joyful fluidity and commutability of identity--the pine commerce's with the sea-wind, the mountain clefts reveal the beauty of the valley and brooks, and blood runs in the veins as freely as the mountain streams.