keepable


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keepable

(ˈkiːpəbəl)
adj
able to be kept
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Unfortunately, if you don't figure out what it is about this guy that is keepable or not keepable, you'll continue on this loop.
Complete with how-to images, instructions and pull-out patterns, it's easy to sew a giftable or keepable little bag suitable for any occasion.
There were also lots of codling off Seaham Pier but unfortunately very few were of keepable size.
Up at Amble, anglers on Uphold, fishing the rough ground, have averaged 10 keepable fish each, with cod to 6lb and ling to 7lb.
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.