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adjective as in measurable

adjective as in taxable

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Grow My Store is a tool from Google that assesses any retail site, whether for an online or a physical store and brings back recommendations to help improve the customer experience.

It can mean wholesalers selling to pharmacies here are assessed, explained Steve Moore, president of the Pharmacists Society of the State of New York.

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Authorities advised Ant executives they would need months to assess and figure out how to comply with the new rules.

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A lack of transparency prevents new AI models and techniques from being properly assessed for robustness, bias, and safety.

Temperament is a rating scale that assesses a child’s early-appearing variation in emotional responses and reaction to the environment.

The exact total is not readily assessable, but it is known to be considerable.

The rents are fixed in cash, being proportioned according to the assessable value of the property.

And so eager were these swindlers to catch the unwary, that some offered stock for five cents a share, and non-assessable at that.

I feel a great interest in you, Willie, but I do not feel as though it should be an assessable interest.

A fine of $100 is assessable against any county or state superintendent who fails to enforce the provisions of the law.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to assessable, such as: perceptible, quantitative, significant, mensurable, calculable, and commensurate.

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