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Capable of being permeated or penetrated, especially by liquids or gases: permeable membranes; rock that is permeable by water.

per′me·a·bly adv.
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This quote reminds us that the extinction scenario is not only possible, but that we should also construe it permeably enough.
The efficiency investigation was conducted by placing uniform electrolytic particulates in a containment chamber with a chemically permeably membrane as the dividing barrier between the anode and cathode, all of which were set in an ion transfer solution.
Returning to Keen's proposals, I note that outside the Arnhemland Reserve, Aboriginal marriage and sexuality in Northern Australia belongs to a social field that is complex, permeably bounded (rather than sealed off and contained) and inter-racial.