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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmoveablemove‧a‧ble /ˈmuːvəbəl/ adjective  x-refanother spelling of movable
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moveableHypostomus on the other hand, do not usually have these spines, but if they are present they are not moveable.With memories of his recent kidnapping, Winstanley included a moveable chute to discharge stones towards any enemy.This is perfectly feasible by a system of fixed and moveable compartmentation, but no one has yet produced a practical system.Lunch is officially from 12.30 till 1.30; that tends to be a slightly moveable feast.Let it become an open market, or a moveable festival, and see what evolves.It shows him to be a man of sufficient moveable property but with hardly any land.But, a lot of the maverick, moveable, ready cash is.Everything moveable was taken out, every nook and cranny probed.
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