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operable

Med capable of being treated by a surgical operation

operable

In relation to equipment and instruments, it means the aircraft is fully functional and calibrated and meets the applicable airworthiness requirements.
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The novelty of this paper lies on the introduction of adaptive algorithms specifically developed for OperaBLE, which play an essential role in its applicability to the incoming industrial paradigm.
Based on TG12's financial forecasting, current Bitcoin price estimate of CDN 8,000 and the 2000 miners being fully operable, the estimated revenue per year is CDN 15.6m.
(c) Calvert Cliffs 2 was shut down in 1989 and 1990 for replacement of pressurizer heater sleeves but is counted as operable during those years.
G2 90[degrees] Aluminum 2-Lite Operable Skylight Testing Results:
They say among the reasons for considering operable windows are the ability to provide ventilation during power outages and bringing natural light, air, and sounds Into a healthcare setting.
"You need to look at the first costs of an operable window compared to a fixed one and calculate how many days of the year you can actually use the operable one."
KEYWORDS SEQUIN SKIN, ORIENTATION-SPECIFIC OPERABLE FACADE
<span>Ark filed the application for marketing approvalaA aA of Cerepro, its gene-based therapy for operable malignant glioma (brain cancer), </span><span>in December 2008.
Decorative yet durable, acrylic block units can be used as a backdrop wall in a dining center, as privacy dividers and as exterior operable windows in resident rooms.
These two buildings have received a combined $5 million in renovations that include brand new lobbies and elevators, underground parking facilities, new operable windows, and new HVAC system.
EPA and the Montana Department of Environmental Quality have determined that all required cleanup activities are complete in the Operable Unit 2 (OU2) area for deletion.