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navigable

1. wide, deep, or safe enough to be sailed on or through
2. capable of being steered or controlled
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When federal courts lean heavily on executive agency navigability determinations and the various executive agencies lean on one another for navigability determinations in ways that are not published, the process becomes clouded, the "decision rules" are no longer visible to the public, and transparency and accountability both suffer.
Accenture's research shows insurers finished last in a head-to-head comparison of 30 major industries in key Web criteria including navigability, clear pricing information, engaging delivery, detailed product support, effective self-help and ease of purchase.
Neither a federal permit authorizing one-time BoR dredging in 1999-2000, nor any statutory or other legal requirements, impose a duty on BoR to maintain the navigability of Laughlin Lagoon's access channels.
1870) that would have greatly expanded the scope of the Clean Water Act by applying it to all waters in the United States regardless of their navigability.
The AneuGraft(R) is mounted on a delivery system specially designed to improve the stent navigability in tortuous vessels.
The new design, consistent with the free zone's progressive approach to business and development, features vastly-improved navigability, an internal search engine, and a comprehensive business FAQ section that will explain everything business representatives need to know about setting up a business in the UAE, and particularly in Ras Al Khaimah.
Web designers have to concentrate on everything - easy navigability, well-defined links, aesthetics, etc.
SNA recognized the company's Web sites for their navigability, wealth of multimedia content, and interactive options such as reader polls, blogs, and discussion threads.
The new Ruger Web site uses the latest technology to offer improved navigability to key product information, more descriptive content, brighter and larger imagery and a host of other enhancements.
Accessible web pages usually have a better search engine ranking, navigability, structure and general design.
Two Web sites stood out in terms of references to scientific information, clearly identified ownership of the site, interactivity, balance and currency of information, clearly identified authors (including qualifications), and navigability.