delayable

delayable

(dɪˈleɪəbəl)
adv
able to be delayed
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Had surgery been delayable, a far less invasive diagnostic test for T790M mutation could have been performed.
It is well recognized that most of the burden of illness in Quebec and the rest of Canada is preventable or delayable. This can be achieved largely by improving the distribution of the social and economic determinants of health (e.g., education, income) and by eliminating the discrimination of disadvantaged populations (e.g., Aboriginal, the poor, new immigrants and refugees, GLBT).
It should be evaluated that the argument of 'irreversible but delayable investment' which is developed by Pindyck (1990) may be valid for Turkey.
The more prevalent type 2 and many of its complications are regarded as being delayable and possibly preventable.
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