determinable

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The first of all is expressed in the position that there is a determinable Law of Nature.

It is, relatively to new states or conditions, determining, but not determinable.

Mathematically, it was determinable when it wouldn't rise at all.

The mental laws are as fixed and as determinable as the laws of physics.

In other words, with an indeterminable future it has had a determinable past.

The color of the fourth was not determinable, but evidently, from its position relatively to the others, was once green.

Herein alone are their shape, dimensions, and relations to each other determined or determinable.

And you think there is a possibility of their becoming—aware of us within any determinable time?

To retain the British method requires certain things, determinable by arithmetic.

No fossil shells have yet been found in the deposit, nor plants in a determinable state.

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