possessable

possessable

(pəˈzɛsəbəl)
adj
capable of being possessed
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One can be traded to get the others, just like any other possessable resource on Earth.
Though not explicitly in the context of pregnancy, the narrator there does compare her younger self to a "possessable passive vessel" (Brown 2006: 28).
Parsons points out that there are two possible perspectives of "woman of the crowd" as either "a possessable object" or an "autonomous and observing presence" (43).
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The woman poet, like the maiden, might strive to have private feelings, but she cannot overcome public exposure; women inevitably offer recognizable and possessable pieces of their spirit.
Comic books are popular culture artifacts, but they are different from other cultural objects because the fan culture has been "almost exclusively centered around a physical, possessable text" (Brown, 1997, p.
Johann Baptist Metz agrees, arguing that a thoroughly immanentized time-consciousness closes off the Wholly Other from what is already possessed or possessable from within.
Part II has eight sections-- Threatened nature Nature as cornucopia Nature as a mystery Threatening nature Possessable nature Nature as a park Nature as grandeur Nature as a system These sections are complemented by a bibliography, a list of key maps and paragraphs about the authors.
Since precious metals are tangible, or physically possessable assets, they provide a degree of psychological security matched by few other investments.
In The Road to Botany Bay, Paul Carter makes this clear, observing that in Australia, "the extensive enclosure the name 'plain' implied was visible, finite, fixed and possessable. In consequence, the traveler could locate himself in a landscape.