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heritable

1. capable of being inherited; inheritable
2. Chiefly law capable of inheriting
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Last week, the we revealed Scottish Borders Council are to write off pounds 2million of the pounds 10million invested with Heritable and Landsbanki.
The Heritable Bank set out a minimum level of repayment, but council finance chiefs in Wirral have always defended the investments, and said they are "optimistic" they will get the full amount.
Mr Dix, 47, resigned from Blackwood Town Council last month after he claimed the county council had tried to censor his ongoing criticism of its decision to invest in Landsbanki and Heritable.
All public investors are now expected to be paid 80% plus of the frozen money in Heritable and Landsbanki.
The old Northumberland County Council invested pounds 1m in Heritable Bank in March last year, while Northumbria Police Authority has pounds 3.
The current study by these investigators of a second cohort of 536 individuals from 162 Hispanic families found that insulin clearance was indeed a highly heritable trait, with an age-, sex- and body mass index-adjusted heritability rate of 70.
The long-term IDR for the bank's UK subsidiary, Landsbanki Heritable Bank, was also downgraded to 'BB' from 'BBB', short-term IDR to 'B' from 'F3' and individual rating downgraded to 'D' from 'C'.
Landsbanki's other UK business Heritable Bank has also stopped taking deposits or allowing consumer to make withdrawals.
He describes how the theory was implemented through the issuance of negotiable, alienable, and heritable vouchers representing ownership in construction, retail, food, and light industries and presents a generally approving assessment of the effects of Russia's "People's Capitalism.
Until August 2001, he was a member of the board of directors of Western Heritable Investment Company.
concluded that Roundup and its components do not pose a risk for heritable or somatic mutations.
SAN DIEGO -- Heritable factors appear to contribute nearly 40% of a person's risk for cognitive dysfunction in later life, with nonfamilial environmental factors accounting for more than 60% of the risk, Margaret Gatz, Ph.