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Similar words: demonstratedemonstratordemonstrationdemonstrativeremonstrateremonstrancememorablemonstrosityMeaning: ['demənstrəbl]  adj. 1. necessarily or demonstrably true 2. capable of being demonstrated or proved. 
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1, We must provide demonstrable improvements in health services.
2, There is no demonstrable link between the two events.
3, The report contains numerous demonstrable errors.
4, The road safety programme is having a demonstrable effect on road users.
5, Du Bois's victory is demonstrable today.
6, Most companies insist on demonstrable quality management procedures before they will contract work at all.
7, Why is there no such urgency about demonstrable, multiplying failures in the criminal justice system?
8, Interestingly enough, caffeine does have some demonstrable effects that, at least theoretically, could help dieters.
9, There is a demonstrable link between smoking and lung cancer.
10, However, there is a demonstrable lack of systematic information in this area.
11, Each concluded that there was no demonstrable basis for concern about independence and therefore they recommended no special action.
12, It has achieved demonstrable results, but not yet enough.
13, A demonstrable proposition is comprehended when known by demonstration.
14, Professor : According to Empirical , Testable, Demonstrable Protocol , Science says your GOD doesn't exist.
15, Tetracycline has no demonstrable effects on the central nervous system, neither has chloromycetin.
16, Each higher level has a clear and demonstrable function of holding together the level beneath it.
17, In this approach the taxonomist studies the demonstrable differences and similarities in the biochemical compositions of the organisms to be identified.
18, No cavity is demonstrable ( planigrams are usually required ).
19, Despite its demonstrable speed and safety, the boat failed to become popular.
20, A large majority of these women will have demonstrable insulin resistance.
21, In conclusion, our study confirms that perinuclear antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies are indeed demonstrable in the large majority of ulcerative colitis patients.
22, As soon as the economy downshifted, information age companies without demonstrable links to other business enterprises were the first to decline.
23, We held these groups to high standards and insisted on demonstrable results.
24, For most enterprises,[http://sentencedict.com/demonstrable.html] the journey to SOA takes time and is accomplished by incremental change that provides both short- and long-term demonstrable value.
25, Conclusions: Patients with retrofibular pain and clicking of the peroneal tendons may not have demonstrable subluxation on physical examination and may have an intact superior peroneal retinaculum .
26, According to the rules of empirical , testable , demonstrable protocol , science says your God doesn't exist.
27, Even the most primitive peoples known to history provide no demonstrable instance of it.
28, Testing becomes a high priority given continuous integration of demonstrable capabilities.
29, He rejects inductive reasoning, arguing that the results of contrived experiments carried out by a few scientists can never be universally demonstrable outside of the laboratory.
30, Specific binding is found in tissues where muscarinic receptors are demonstrable pharmacologically.
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