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shiftable

(ˈʃɪftəbəl)
adj
capable of being moved or shifted
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For example, interesting data regarding so-called "modal particles" in German (which are often assimilated to expressives) appears to show that there are differences between them with regard to their shiftability, with some being apparently shiftable but only in response to explicit contextual cues, while others can never be shifted.
JAMIE Dornan has been voted the most "shiftable" movie star, a survey revealed yesterday.
Tian, "Improved dual-image reversible data hiding method using the selection strategy of shiftable pixels' coordinates with minimum distortion," Signal Processing, vol.
A more standard view is that there are two realms (amplitude and perception) with a shiftable boundary such as what von Neumann (1932) did in his "Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics".
Our partially shifting and shiftable being arises from the collusions and collisions among those disparate forms of input.
"Shiftable versus Non-Shiftable Capital: A Synthesis," Econometrica 39, no.
The Subpart F rules are one example; under Subpart F, passive income and other "easily shiftable" income of foreign affiliates of US multinationals are taxable as earned instead of when repatriated.
To resolve this dilemma, there are usually two approaches: (1) make the fixed support window alterable using shiftable windows, multiple windows [22], or variable windows [23, 24] or (2) concentrate on varying the weights to achieve excellent matching accuracy.
It has a curb weight of nearly 2.5 tons, but it can get you from zero to 100 kilometers in 4.6 seconds, thanks to the 624 horsepower produced by the most powerful engine offered in any of the marque's offerings, a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V-12, which comes mated with a shiftable eight-speed automatic transmission.
He also said the lake would be shiftable to any other place in case of flood.