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fungible

[′fən·jə·bəl]
(chemical engineering)
Pertaining to petroleum products whose characteristics are so similar they can be commingled.
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The consumer goods [article 544 paragraph (1) of the New Civil Code] are usually fungible goods (food, fuel, etc.).
En la zona de explanada libre, los materiales mas usados son los fungibles deportivos, en el 39'29% de los centros publicos y en el 34'62% de los privados asi como en el 33'33% de los rurales y el 38'89% de los urbanos.
After the rather exhausting round of spring trade shows and markets just concluding, it can be safely said that virtually the entire home business-from pots and pans to sheet and towels to dishes and glasses to sofas and dressers-introduced some of the most amazing fungibles anybody has ever seen.
Therefore, authenticity is that which is intrinsic to an object, as opposed to that which is fungible (Task Force on the Role of the Artifact, 2001).
Thus, in an ABC system, fungible resources (consumed by more than one activity) present almost no challenge to the design of the system.
Gender in humans is socially constructed and therefore fungible. Coiffed wigs and makeup are feminine now, but our oh-so-butch founding fathers wore them once.
The dates of all three manufactured celebrations are fungible, with different promoters declaring various days to be the "official" one.
Instead of older distinctions between real property (land) and personal property (property other than land), legal and equitable interests, (freehold) estates and tenancies, she proposes a distinction between "fungible" and "personal." (Employing a different term than "personal" property for her new category avoids unnecessary confusion, so I shall henceforth refer it as "nonfungible" property.) Nonfungible property is property that is so closely bound up with an individual that it becomes identified with his or her "personhood," defining his or her personal identity.
assistance was converted into pure fungible resources regardless of whether it was earmarked for defense or non-defense purposes.
Contract notice: supply of specific and continued fungible material, for cataract surgery, for the ophthalmology service of llus alcanys hospital in xtiva
During the first half of 2014, commercial portfolio grew 280.5% due to increased investments in fungible treasury bonds.
It is important for brokers to emphasize that all homes are not equal and that real estate is not fungible. Each property is unique.