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Word: viable

Definition: capable of maintaining life; feasible; practical or workable; Ex. viable scheme


Sentences Containing 'viable'

"Women are demanding a change and corporations are looking for a more financially viable model.
A CRI must do these things whilst remaining financially viable.
A distinction of Viable France is the sales and distribution of its own videophone product that was fully developed and engineered by the deaf engineers at Viable, Inc.
A variety of thorite, often called "uranothorite", is particularly rich in uranium and has been a viable uranium ore at Bancroft in Ontario, Canada.
Another viable reason for having Kendrix die is that Valerie Vernon was diagnosed with leukemia, thus forcing her to leave the show mid-way through.
But there was no escaping the fact that the mine was no longer economically viable.
Continuing problems led Karami to resign on 4 May 1987, but Gemayel, seeing no viable alternative, refused to accept his resignation.
Crosby experimented with photography and saw the medium as a viable art form before it was widely accepted as such.
Eventually, only one follicle will be viable.
Eventually, sea otter populations became so depleted, commercial hunting was no longer viable.
For a time, it seemed that the Olympics might no longer be a viable financial proposition.
His seed remained viable and his daughter later used the same bathhouse and became pregnant from the bath.
However due to conservation issues this species is not considered a viable source of tryptamines, as outlined below.
However, 25 people were considered to be viable suspects by the Los Angeles District Attorney.
However, Chris has finally discovered a viable blood substitute and does not want there to be a cure.
However, the business did not remain viable and was closed in 2001.
If a shooter lands only peripheral hits on the target, or misses the target altogether, the threat target is still considered viable and a potential threat to the shooter.
In the mid- to late-1970s, smooth jazz became established as a commercially viable genre.
It had a viable tour starting in the late 1970s with events located in both the United States and Canada.
It tried to make up for this with steam power, but by the early 1940s the village was no longer viable.
Large female fish produce more viable offspring and are vital in a population.
Mackintosh was forced to haggle and plead for money and supplies to make his part of the expedition viable.
Nanoimprinting could be another viable method of fabricating DPH patterns.
Nayagam had noted its popularity and concluded that it would be a fairly viable investment.
One of the oldest industries of this area, FCI Talcher has faced problems in its viable operation.
Other translocations occur but do not lead to a viable fetus.
She was credited for building up Mental Helse from almost nothing to a large and viable organization.
Sir Milton's government was based on the rule of law and the notion of separation of powers, with multiparty political institutions and fairly viable representative structures.
Some analysts saw this as a more substantial way to lay a groundwork for viable institutions and for local peace.
Structures modeled with DMM can break and bend if they are not physically viable.
The company is fully independent of Viable, Inc.
The company was taken over by NTPC and its operation has once again become economically viable.
The fact is that this was not a viable thing for him to have done.
The film was developed in 1983, when Tokuma Shoten, the publisher of "Animage", felt that the manga was successful enough to make "a gamble" at a film being economically viable.
The FR informed the council that they were "in the business of Railway conservation and do not wish to close any railway capable of viable development".
The IWA leadership felt the union was no longer viable on its own, and the IWA merged with the International Association of Machinists (IAM) on May 1, 1994.
The liquidator seems to have responded well to the society and soon came to accept it as a viable would-be purchaser.
The result may be viable offspring with 44 chromosomes.
The retailer has been forced to close down stores that are not financially viable, even if well-positioned.
The Speedlink service ended in 1991, as part of attempts to convert British Rail into a wholly commercially viable business prior to privatisation.
The study found that the center was no longer viable as a shopping mall because it overlapped with existing retailers in the area.
There were several hurdles he had to overcome to become a viable option for an NBA team to select him.
They are bottled with a viable yeast population in suspension and to start what may be a second or third fermentation.
This critical lease in the massive project enabled it to proceed as a commercially viable venture.
This idea continues to attract some attention among physicists, but in the absence of a viable theory of quantum gravity, the accuracy of this speculative idea cannot be tested.
This is a legal and viable appeal, and so the umpire should call the runner out and direct that his run shall not count.
This rendered ethnic-based politics less viable, and tended to support class-based politics instead.
This was an instrumental event in Dolan emerging from his father's shadow, albeit reluctantly, as a viable businessman.
Watson was cautiously open to cooperation, but after the election would recant any hope he had in the possibility of cooperation as a viable tool.
With the demise of the Turtles, White Whale Records was left with few, if any, commercially viable bands, and ceased operation.

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