stealable

stealable

(ˈstiːləbəl)
adj
able or likely to be stolen
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Here are six stealable ideas FoodService Director came across while touring campus:
We'd honored her wishes for 50 years." But the contents spurred lots of speculation, and in the course of a conversation with Susan Stroman, Penn found herself musing about what SDC's membership might imagine the "eminently stealable" idea to be, and whether there was a way to make the letter part of the union's looming 60th-anniversary celebration.
Will a new constitution enshrine the ban in gold (not the real stealable stuff, I hasten to add)?
Among Achievethecore.org's "stealable" tools are Professional Development Modules for teachers that include annotated PowerPoint presentations, facilitator's guides, video resources, and activities for discussion.
This site, based in Northern California, is packed with stealable ideas on conservation, landscape design, and maintenance.
I had half a dozen of them in my G 1098 stores which were usually locked away in a square basket containing a couple of revolvers, compasses, signalling flags, among other necessary things which were considered stealable.
We hope you'll find that editorial page, and many other examples, in the next edition of NCEW collection of "Best Stealable Ideas."
initial search for four stealable lines, to the almost crossword
This content can be extremely high value--and extremely stealable. For example, the TV show American Idol needed to get out singles by the winners in just nine days.
I would have liked to see an alarm system fitted as standard in this most 'stealable' of cars, although an engine immobiliser was standard the year after launch.
'Stealable goods Burglary was down by 21 per cent since 1997 to its lowest level since 1991; Number of stolen vehicles was down by 11 per cent;
it is not simply the size of stealable holdings or the level of protective technology that accounts for project theft.