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1. Capable of being erased: erasable ink.
2. Capable of producing something that can be erased: an erasable pen.

e·ras′a·bil′i·ty n.
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the state of being erasable
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Hobbes shows that sovereignty is not the absence of violence or domination but the ability to assert their erasability as the ultimate proof of power [...] Hobbes [vis a vis Foucault's interpretation] does not bifurcate domination from sovereignty; to the contrary, it is proof that he equates sovereignty and domination precisely by erasing their difference.
"In the erasability tests, the coating has to show little to no ghosting as well as meet the durability (mark-erase cycles) testing," says Chin.
"The high gloss finish provides easy erasability, excellent chemical resistance and great adhesion at a fraction of the cost of purchasing dry erase boards or competitive dry erase paints.
SST's MTP devices provide the easy electrical erasability of flash and the cost-effectiveness of EPROM devices.
However, the price of erasability is noncompatibility, Because there is no single industry standard for MO disks, a disk made on one manufacturer's drive cannot be read on another make of drive.