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Definition of Supportable

Supportable
Supportable Sup*port"a*ble, a. [Cf. F. supportable.] Capable of being supported, maintained, or endured; endurable. -- Sup*port"a*ble*ness, n. -- Sup*port"a*bly, adv.

Meaning of Supportable from wikipedia

- Supportability may refer to: Supportability (engineering) Supportability (computer science)...
- Roland (26 June 2012). "Alan Turing: Inquest's suicide verdict 'not supportable'". BBC News. Furness, Hannah (26 November 2014). "Bletchley Park commander...
- payload, range on internal fuel, avionics, operational effectiveness, supportability, and survivability. It is expected to match an F-16 that is carrying...
- Roland (26 June 2012). "Alan Turing: Inquest's suicide verdict 'not supportable'". BBC News. Retrieved 25 December 2013. "Royal pardon for codebreaker...
- scalability seamlessness self-sustainability serviceability (a.k.a. supportability) securability simplicity stability standards compliance survivability...
- environmentally superior to any other consumer product in the world is not supportable." In their 2008 Corporate Citizenship Report, Nestlé themselves stated...
- justifying its relation with the topic sentence. In general, it should have a supportable opinion (specific/focused) and clear intent for the essay. Topic sentence...
- correctly over the span of one year. Availability is only meaningful for supportable systems. As an example, availability of 99.9% means nothing after the...
- involving collection of data that will support valid, defensible, and supportable conclusions. Effect How changing the settings of a factor changes the...
- August 2009 bbc.co.uk - Alan Turing: Inquest's suicide verdict 'not supportable', 23 June 2012 "[ARCHIVED CONTENT] Treatment of Alan Turing was "appalling"...
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