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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The AFP reference material 72/225, provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), has been used for calibration by the majority of instrument platforms; however, the commutability of this reference material is yet to be confirmed.
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.
Commutability of External Quality Assessment (EQA) [1] materials is a key requirement for their use in accuracy-based EQA surveys (1-3).
However, good results can be obtained by showing commutability in the general case.
Consequently, his use were correlated with the sociodemographic factors (sex, age and socioeconomic group) of subjects interviewed, based on their functional commutability in discursive level.
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.
The commutability of these panels and their utility as secondary IS reference materials have been priorly confirmed in an independent global collaborative trial published last year by the American Association of Clinical Chemistry.
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.
Furthermore, these data provide some evidence for commutability of the candidate standard for evaluation of HEV from infected persons, because samples 1 and 2 represent a different strain of HEV compared with samples 3 and 4.
And parts of it do indeed fit that description-including areas that abut Historic Pullman, whose relative safety, commutability, and atypical cohesiveness Pearson touts.
In both texts, too, the whirling leaves connote a setting of commutability and joy, and figure reanimation.
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.