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viable

(of seeds, eggs, etc.) capable of normal growth and development

viable

[′vī·ə·bəl]
(biology)
Able to live and develop normally.
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You can't viably lay down two or more transmission or distribution lines.
1) potential opportunities to connect directly with existing or imminently and viably developed suppliers;
"The 2017 and 2018 SGLG awards we've got are motivating us to look beyond and achieve more in making Maluso become a viably progressive municipality, free from lawless elements and saboteurs," Bud said.
Commenting on the latest twist in the saga, he said: "The news today that - after what is now years of investigative work by Thwaites-appointed structural surveyors and engineers - Dee House cannot be viably or therefore commercially restored, is of little surprise."
Ethernity's FPGA technology adds an advanced network acceleration element to Advantech's SKY Server line, enabling service providers with the performance levels they need to viably migrate from today's closed proprietary designs, said James Yang, VP Advantech Networks & Communications Group.
As of August, this had dropped to around 1.4 million b/d, of which we calculate less than 250,000 b/d can be viably returned to market this year," said the report.
Summary: Patna (Bihar) [India] August 14 (ANI): 'One election, One nation' is theoretically correct but viably impossible option, said Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday.
The council says there are "no brownfield sites in accessible locations within this area where a facility could be viably delivered" by Spring 2019.
"Ottershaw's Brook Hall cannot viably exist as a centre of the community for all ages and abilities without a nearby car park, nor can the small parade of shops," he said.
This shift has been planned to ensure that progress and prosperity are integral pillars of the UAE's growth can be fully and viably sustained.
ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Climate Change, Senator Mushahidullah Khan has urged the global leaders who are participating in the 23rd annual UN climate change conference (COP 23) during next month in German capital of Bonn to agree a viably sustainable plan for moblisation of financial, knowledge and technological resources to protect the world from increasingly devastating fall outs of human-caused climate change.