use practicable in a sentence.
This is the most encouraging advice because it is vague but practicable.
We figured that out (for varying definitions of "practicable and certain") as early as the invention of the watch.
No, I wanted to cover the 16 x 8 foot surface of one wall in my apartment, so that wouldn't have been practicable in my case.
IIRC, CA law says bicyclists should ride as far to the right as practicable.
They have a ton of money and cultural/legal obligations which drive them to manipulate legislation and law enforcement in their favor as much as is practicable (and it turns out our governments are corruptible enough that it is infinitely practicable).
Assuming this limit to be practicable (which I doubt; consider complex subjects like corporations law) it would have the effect of giving the judiciary more power.
How practicable is this?
Not practicable in Germany.
Furthermore, I think that there are (classical and practicable) encryption schemes which cannot be attacked by e.
Big teams deployed in an urban environment are just not practicable anymore.
Aside: Is it true that everyone thought the relational model was too slow to be practicable, until the Oracle team put a very fast implementation together (as Larry Ellison claimed in an interview)?
These are about as practicable as developing lightsabers.
What's the legal definition of a "Chatty, open-ended question" or a "practicable, answerable question"?
The last is a nuclear option and not practicable for a professional desktop system.