droppable


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droppable

(ˈdrɒpəbəl)
adj
that may be dropped; capable of being dropped
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Last year I thought I was droppable from the T20 side because I was not putting in consistent performances.
the OSS would designate the targets, package the arms, ammunition and other supplies into droppable containers, train agents and saboteurs to be parachuted behind German lines, and provide for the required communications with the reception parties in German occupied areas .
It seems that PG is renowned, being a defendant in several lawsuits and blacklisted by droppable names.
Then it was her turn to ask me about the corporate people with droppable names who had interviewed her: Are they okay?
Stalker is bungee-launched and has a droppable payload.
And so, following in the footsteps of birdman Leo Valentin he invented his own system a wing made of a rigid, droppable harness with inflatable wing panels strapped to his back.
Everyone's droppable if you're not performing, but I do feel been doing quite well, the gaffer said the same, but I know people look at me as a goalscorer and will say 'Scotty hasn't scored in a while' and perhaps not look at my game.