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(Law) a variant of statutory2, statutory3
ˈstatutably adv


(ˈstætʃ ʊ tə bəl)

permitted, prescribed, or punishable by statute.
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My object is to show that education has a market value: that it is so Jar an article of merchandise, that it may be turned to a pecuniary account: it may be minted, and will yield a larger amount of statutable coin than common bullion.
This study was supported by Statutable grants to the Nencki Institute and to the Faculty of Psychology, Warsaw University.
The remaining question for the authorities in London was whether the new jurisdiction "should now be claimed as of right, or whether statutable power to exercise it, is requisite, or desirable .