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1. Capable of being released: releasable documents; releasable prisoners.
2. Intended or configured to release: releasable ski bindings.

re·leas·a·bil′i·ty n.
re·leas′a·bly adv.


1. capable of being released
2. intended for release
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The IC challenge is to ensure the range of policy and authorities related to the complex question of releasability deals with the current operational environment and technology.
When evaluating the merits of a Touhy request, keep in mind the releasability factors set forth in 32 C.
3, seeking only "for a determination regarding the releasability of Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation's ("Sikorsky") Comprehensive Small Business Subcontracting Plan.
Data could also be "tagged" and prioritized ensuring the most important compressed data are exchanged with the operational unit first, and data can be marked to support "tear line" releasability with partner nations.
Releasability after medical treatment may depend on a variety of factors such as the degree of visual impairment at initial presentation, age of the bird, and concurrent systemic illness and injuries.
Any delay in Iraqi CBRNE training manual development (including delays in the releasability of U.
participants did not understand requirements to classify for releasability.
The press is designed to allow molding of more heat-resistant grades of PLA (able to withstand 120 C/248 F instead of the usual 60 C/140 F), which reportedly suffer from poor releasability.
Any regional partnership or cooperative effort among nations has to deal with the fact that releasability policies are oriented to information security, not efficiency.
Allergen-induced histamine release in intact human skin in vivo assessed by skin microdialysis technique: characterization of factors influencing histamine releasability.
RELEASABILITY: There are no releasability restrictions on this article.
11) The tenuous relationship between the operations community and the intelligence community flared as the Second Air Division, the USAF organization controlling the air war at the time, fought with the SIGINT community over tasking of the SIGINT aircraft and the releasability of their intelligence information.