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movable

, moveable
1. (esp of religious festivals such as Easter) varying in date from year to year
2. Law denoting or relating to personal property as opposed to realty
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Powell could not defend himself from some sympathy for that thick, bald man, comically shaped, with his crimson complexion and something pathetic in the rolling of his very movable black eyes in an apparently immovable head, who was so tactfully ready to take his competency for granted.
This bill has been developed by a working group in order to improve the legal and regulatory framework in the field of collateral relationship involving the registration of pledges of movable property and modernization of the unified state register on pledges of movable property.
Maneka Gandhi, the senior BJP leader and sitting MP from Aonla, does not own a vehicle but has movable and immovable assets worth several crore rupees.
Elliot Warren of the Kaufman Organization represented Movable Ink and Jim Wenk of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the sub-landlord, SecondMarket.
During the meeting, Prince Mishl bin Abdulaziz was briefed by Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Husainan, Supervisor of the project, on the performance of the movable prayer places over the last year as well as the last 20 new ones.
Ahmed Al Jasmi, team leader, Research and Technology said: "This product is an extremely impressive lightweight movable wall system, proving to be extremely cost effective against manual systems.
Gutenberg's claim to being the first European is hotly disputed, as a study by Areas and Needham of Princeton University found, by computer analysis, that the Gutenberg Bible was not set from movable type, nor were a dozen of Gutenberg's other early books.
Secured transactions are credit transactions where a creditor grants a loan or a debt obligation to a debtor against an interest in a debtor's movable property as collateral.
The Movable Yeast series got off to a great start with the August introduction of Saint Arnold Weedwacker, which was enthusiastically received by Texas craft beer fans.
Secured lending reform, including the creation of a legal framework for secured transactions and the development of a movable collateral registry to publicise lenders' security interests in movable assets, will increase the availability of credit for businesses, reduce its cost, improve financial system stability, and expand the types of collateral lenders will accept as security.
The only way you're going to have a pin for every possible yardage is to use a sight that has a movable pin.