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Even when Extreme Home Makeover was still on the air, building most of a house in a single day wasn’t feasible.

In other words, the number of ways we might use this technology is exploding as are concerns about whether that’s feasible, let alone a good idea.

Nowadays, that’s neither sensible or feasible in many cases.

So computer scientists hoped there might be some other kind of obfuscation that was weak enough to be feasible but strong enough to hide the kinds of secrets people actually care about.

At the same time, the price of solar panels and batteries continues to plummet, making it increasingly feasible for both businesses and homeowners to generate and store their own electricity.

Moving dinner earlier in the day or serving hot beverages could make outdoor Thanksgiving more feasible, too.

The first item on Devlin’s list has seen good progress, with much research dedicated to creating models able to be used more economically and possibly feasible in a production environment.

Demerice responded that waivers “are handled on a case-by-case basis and we work with claimants to develop reasonable payment plans wherever feasible.”

James acknowledged on social media that the kind of dual celebration he envisioned was not feasible during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Monroe said she prefers social settings when everyone is outside — and having Thanksgiving dinner outside doesn’t seem feasible in late November.

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