prolongable

prolongable

(prəʊˈlɒŋəbəl)
adj
able to be lengthened
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Considering the likelihood of postoperative complications such as recurrence and failed back surgery syndrome,20,21 conservative care might be prolongable for the patients whom refused early surgical treatment option, and meanwhile the patients might be monitored for a possible surgery decision with careful consideration of absolute indications.
If, however, you're coming back to 'Big Little Lies' for a well-honed plot and the tension around the keeping of its biggest lie, then you'll probably notice some desperation in the first three episodes (which were made available for this review) to prolong a story that wasn't all that prolongable to begin with.
El Consejo Economico y Social Europeo (Dictamen REX/325, 2007) expresa la importancia de la Economia Social en Latinoamerica y, por extension, alla donde se precisen acciones de desarrollo local, todo lo que plantea es perfectamente prolongable a nuestro pais, de forma especial en los sectores sociales mas desfavorecidos.
(12) Despite the abominable smell, fast time of handling, prolongable time of polymerization, and high sensitivity to temperature and humidity, the mercaptan-polysulfide has an effective union with the tray, proper adhesive, and flexible time for the pouring of impressions, low cost, and higher resistance to ripping.