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vin·di·ca·ble

 (vĭn′dĭ-kə-bəl)
adj.
Possible to vindicate: a vindicable claim; vindicable objections.
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vindicable

(ˈvɪndɪkəbəl)
adj
capable of being vindicated; justifiable
ˌvindicaˈbility n
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Interpreting financial intermediation through depository and creditory operations is thus perfectly apposite in this context and the model of the previous section reducing financial intermediation to taking deposits and providing loans is vindicable.
at 577 (noting that if the Court were to "convert the undifferentiated public interest in executive officers' compliance with the law into an 'individual right' vindicable in the courts ...
right" vindicable in the courts is to permit Congress to transfer
at 577 ("To permit Congress to convert the undifferentiated public interest in executive officers' compliance with the law into an 'individual right' vindicable in the courts is to permit Congress to transfer from the President to the courts the Chief Executive's most important constitutional duty, to 'take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.'").
This Comment will argue that public safety justifications are only vindicable in a narrow subset of police-conduct filming situations; courts have alluded to these reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions in passing.