removeable

removeable

(rɪˈmuːvəbəl)
adj
1. a less common spelling of removable
2. (Law) a less common spelling of removable
3. (Computer Science) a less common spelling of removable
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The device features a removeable rear, with two SIM card slots and a separate microSD card slot.
It is easy, safe and economical to use and is readily removeable to allow subsequent finishing operations.
It's less than a third of the price of Typhoon's at pounds 7.99 and its removeable metallic bowl will measure up to 5kg of wet or dry ingredients.
This bling-bling dog tote has all the bells and whistles--easy to personalize with the removeable collar and rhinestone letters, heart-shaped identification tag, padded strap that can also be used as a leash or to pull your pup in his/her new mobile home, and removable wheels to accommodate airline regulations when traveling by air.
But the M16A4, like the M4/M4Al carbine, has a removeable carrying handle that needs to be moved back one slot on the receiver so that the locking bar fits over the M16A4.
The rear of the cart features a removeable service panel that allows quick access for laptop service.
It is padded, wide and spacious for your baby's comfort and the seat cover is removeable for ease of cleaning.