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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of determinable

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Derived Form of determinable

comparitive: more determinable
superlative: most determinable
capable of being determined or limited or fixed
Similarascertainable, calculable, definable, discoverable, judicable,

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  1. which is completely statically determinable where polymorphic types are statically determinable
  2. 30 feet. There is no determinable light source. It's just you're able to see here.
  3. If you're not sure it's money good, that's usually pretty determinable.
  4. We looked at some of the characteristics, easily determinable characteristics of the
  5. of load is very much easy determinable. We can find it out, there is no problem about
  6. else should be determinable.
  7. is there an analytically determinable threshold for our
  8. must me determinable from the time bound perspective
  9. and that is often not determinable at compile time. You just let them grow one towards the
  10. At least in statically scoped languages scope refers to something that is compile-time determinable
  11. or translational-time determinable whereas its extent actually refers to the binding
  12. define the state of a system they are determinable irrespective of how the system was brought
  13. that it gave you everything that could be statically type determinable, it could type
  14. which means they are determinable at translation time without going into executions.
  15. for the polymorphic lambda calculus. If it is determinable that L has the polymorphic
  16. of regions and elements are programmatically determinable,