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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.
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1. capable of being released
2. intended for release
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Greaves, "Anti-Fc[epsilon]RI autoantibodies and basophil histamine releasability in chronic idiopathic urticaria," The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol.
The data used to support the findings is generally unavailable due to public releasability constraints.
Although Figure 9 looks visually even, the contributing factors to Partnering Positive (PTP) of building partner capacity, interoperability, and true coalition warfare, and the tangible, international economic opportunities brought forward mostly by the reports/journals (in purple) and the respondents' questionnaires (in black), outweigh the procedural frustrations in Partnering Negative (PTN) of releasability and voting that will be solved over time by necessity.
Barr, "Anti-Fc(episilon) RI auto antibodies and basophil histamine releasability in chronic idiopathic urticaria," Journal Allergy Clinical Immunolology, vol.
It is crucial for cytokine production, especially of IL-4 and IL-13 following IgE-dependent stimulation, the expression of cell surface antigens, such as CD203c and IL-1 receptor-like 1 (IL1RL1, alias ST2), and releasability of cells [81-83].
Silk protein micropowders for coating with excellent feeling, antistaticity and moisture absorbability and releasability and there manufacture.
Over time, an ad hoc patchwork of agreements will do little to address the holistic concerns dealing with releasability. 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.F.R.
They have stated that there is a clustering of thyroid microsomal antibodies in patients with a positive autologous serum test although it is unlikely that thyroid hormone itself has any in vivo effect on the cutaneous vascular response to histamine and on mast cell releasability.
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.