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demonstrable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdemonstrablede‧mon‧stra‧ble /dɪˈmɒnstrəbəl, ˈdemən- $ dɪˈmɑːn-/ AWL adjective formal  PROVEable to be shown or proved We must provide demonstrable improvements in health services.demonstrably adverb These conclusions are demonstrably wrong.
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demonstrableEach concluded that there was no demonstrable basis for concern about independence and therefore they recommended no special action.Interestingly enough, caffeine does have some demonstrable effects that, at least theoretically, could help dieters.In conclusion, our study confirms that perinuclear antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies are indeed demonstrable in the large majority of ulcerative colitis patients.However, there is a demonstrable lack of systematic information in this area.There is a demonstrable link between smoking and lung cancer.As soon as the economy downshifted, information age companies without demonstrable links to other business enterprises were the first to decline.Most companies insist on demonstrable quality management procedures before they will contract work at all.Du Bois's victory is demonstrable today.
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