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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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Prestige Boulevard is situated in a prime locality, comfortably connected to IT hubs, work centres, hospitals, malls, schools, and is also in close proximity to the metro providing easy access and commutability. It is 16 km away from MG Road and 8.1 km from Marathahalli-Sarjapur Outer Ring Road.
This relationship is explored further in Caroline de Launay's analysis of the different (if not heterotopian) qualities that both ordinary and fantastical worlds possess, and the transition from one into the other: "Ces deux systemes [du monde des Moldus et du monde des sorciers] se partagent une meme etendue geographique, ce qui implique une logistique dans le recit afin de garder plausible et possible leur mitoyennete" (40) [These two systems [of the Muggle world and of the wizarding world] share one and the same geographical area, which implies a logic in narration in order to keep their commutability plausible and possible].
(4,14-16) In a study in Canada, significant factors were legal commutability (ie, dangerousness to self and/or others, inability to care for self), clinical treatability, alternative resources, and psychotic symptoms.
The site--formerly home to a moving company--offers proximity to a new grocery store, ease of commutability to Manhattan, and a walkable downtown area with parks, restaurants, bars, and shopping.
However, the commutability of the EQA samples and calibrators is often unknown, which limits the effectiveness of EQA schemes.
Part of the answer to this question lies in the topics of commutability, traceability, and measurement uncertainty.
"There are areas that will always be in demand due to commutability and the local amenities that they offer, which typically rank highly on the buyers' check list.
Using [[??].sub.Rcopy]([q.sup.-1]) as left inverse may not then accomplish tracking as commutability is lost.