releasable


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re·leas·a·ble

 (rĭ-lē′sə-bəl)
adj.
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.

releasable

(rɪˈliːsəbəl)
adj
1. capable of being released
2. intended for release
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The FDO now only has to allow which fields within a relational database are truly releasable (typically the icon is always unclassified and the remarks are nearly always releasable).
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The new policy will enable the department's systems that host publically releasable information to move to commercial cloud service providers, as long as all requirements are met at the best value.
The IRS makes the database of the publicly releasable PTIN information of more than 700,000 registered preparers available to anyone who requests it and pays a $35 fee.
Several manufacturers have introduced releasable vinyl products and styles that hit the market beginning late last year, including Armstrong Flexstep, Congoleum Airstep, Mannington Sobella and Shaw DuraTru.
Recommendation: To provide NASA decision-makers with a mechanism to consistently and accurately judge design stability, the NASA Administrator should direct the Office of the Chief Engineer to develop a common set of measurable and proven criteria, such as the percentage of releasable design drawings, to assess design stability and to allow decision-makers to make more informed, consistent determinations of approval for projects to proceed from the final design phase to the assembly, integration, and test phase of the development process and amend NASA's systems engineering policy, accordingly.
With SDTC's backing, the technology, called Enhanced Conversion Technology (ECT), will improve the amount of releasable glucose and develop these traits in non-food crops to increase their conversion efficiency.
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General (retired) Hamid Gul is said on the United States most wanted list for his alleged links to the Taliban and al-Qaeda networks, as per a two-page unsigned secret document marked as releasable to the Government of Pakistan.
In addition, "Date, time, or location of previous conventional military missions and actions, as well as mission results are releasable only if described in general terms.
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