Definition of Writability. Meaning of Writability. Synonyms of Writability

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Definition of Writability

Writability
Writability Writ`a*bil"i*ty, n. Ability or capacity to write. [R.] --Walpole.

Meaning of Writability from wikipedia

- prerogative writs, subpoenas, and certiorari are common types of writs, but many forms exist and have existed. In its earliest form, a writ was simply...
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- A writ of summons is a formal do****ent issued by the monarch that enables someone to sit in a Parliament under the United Kingdom's Westminster system...
- This is a list of writs. Some of the writs listed below are abolished or obsolete in certain countries. Acquietandis Plegiis, a writ that lies for a surety...