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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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Petitioner PPL Montana (PPL) raised three narrow challenges to the Montana Supreme Court's approach to determining navigability for title: first, whether the Montana court focused on the navigability of particular river segments rather than the river as a whole; second, whether the Montana court erred by considering evidence of current-day navigability as probative of navigability at statehood; and third, whether the Montana court employed too liberal a standard for navigability.
Web designers have to concentrate on everything - easy navigability, well-defined links, aesthetics, etc.
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.
I think the real loss is the loss of navigability in Big Pass--and if it closes, that's a disaster.
Instructional opportunities to support the learner's conceptual framework of understanding, as well as ease of navigability which lessens the learner's need to focus upon the instructional environment and strengthen the learner's focus upon the content so as to lead the learner through the instructional design of the learning environment.
For example, De Lollis printed a volume of materials edited by Gustavo Uzielli relating to the life and work of the famous Florentine Paolo dal Pozzo Toscanelli who, at the time, was thought to have corresponded directly with Columbus and to have provided him with a map demonstrating the navigability of the Atlantic which he then used to convince Ferdinand and Isabella to underwrite his "Enterprise of the Indies.
This maintenance check should include not only the accuracy of all copy, but also the functionality and navigability of the site.
Section II of this Article provides background information on federal navigability laws, the doctrine of custom and the public trust doctrine, all of which were essential in shaping state doctrines and have the potential to reshape them further.
Since 1996, the Association of Northwest Steelheaders has requested navigability studies on six rivers.