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viable

(of seeds, eggs, etc.) capable of normal growth and development

viable

[′vī·ə·bəl]
(biology)
Able to live and develop normally.
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accessibility, as a consequence of geography that cannot be viably bridged, is one of fight or flight.
The C Series will allow airlines to viably offer direct intercontinental flights from LCY Airport to both North America as well as the Middle-East in addition to opening numerous new route opportunities within Europe, Russia and Northern Africa, which were not possible with previous-generation aircraft.
A spokesman said: "Regretfully the club's finances and forecast income are insufficient to continue operating viably and the decision to cease trading was made during November.
Legend" may viably be marketed two ways by the currently indomitable Universal: as a lavishly violent genre outing and as a more prestigious awards vehicle for its duplicated leading man.
Our investment into the latest black technology allows us to now viably compete for this product, providing both our superior ductile, sacrificial coating and the necessary aesthetics required on visual product.
A message on the island's community Facebook page said: "With such a small community, this is the only way our shop can be viably run to provide a service to locals and visitors.
These entities, independently and separately, will not be able to capture the full value of the storage to viably support the magnitude of investment.
In selecting the winner, the Creating Shared Value Council will be looking for an entry that is innovative, applies environmentally sustainable practices, has demonstrated results on a small scale and can be viably scaled-up to help improve people's lives.
It's a shared network alliance between NetAmerica and Sprint to bring scale, spectrum resources, national reach and leading LTE technology to our members, giving them the opportunity to viably build and operate 4G LTE networks in their rural communities.
The study determined that port development can be viably achieved with private investment and that Port Clarence would be an ideal staging area for oil and gas exploration in the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas.
Flexible laminate packaging often contains valuable aluminium and various recyclable plastics, which can be difficult to collect and separate for recycling viably.
How could they foretell that from their original 13 colonies (and only 4,000,000 residents, who couldn't get along even then), would spring up a land mass comprised of 48 (out of 50) US states not able to viably support all of its almost 400,000,000 inhabitants?