keepable


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keepable

(ˈkiːpəbəl)
adj
able to be kept
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South Shields Pier has produced one or two keepable codling, while the River Tyne continues to give mainly undersized codling.
To find any numbers of keepable red grouper you'll need to be in at least 65 feet of water where the best bottom is flat limestone, sometimes called Swiss cheese bottom, live bottom, or Chinese gardens.
A bonus was the keepable, archival and informative programme-book, a fiver well-spent for once.
The bookmakers also had plenty to smile about when 33-1 chance Keepable, who was completing the course for the first time in five starts this season, ran out a three-length winner of the young horse maiden race.
he'll settle for someone he believes keepable, but more women than