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.
Although the new conveyor line is custom built with straight segments up to 10 feet long, the angle segments will always be separate and replaceable with a different angle or removeable to connect to straight pieces.
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 terminal blocks are removeable for easy wiring.
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.