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- adj. Capable of being demanded.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may be demanded or claimed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That may be demanded, claimed, asked for, or required: as, payment is demandable at the expiration of the credit.
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Teaching is the field of Liberal Arts and it's the most demandable profession in today's world.
Have we ever looked towards the multi-dimensional career field like liberal art in the modern era, which will be more demandable in future?
If a [simple] pledge be put to use, no interest is [demandable]: so it is if a pledge with usufruct be damaged.
But for cattle and women lent [the return] is, their offspring: the highest encrease demandable for use of liquids  is eight-fold; for wearing apparel, for corn, and for gold, four-fold, three-fold and two-fold respectively.
No doubt, a final fee, called Gurudakshina, is demandable, but that is demandable after the pupil has completed his studies.
On motion of Mr Edmunds it was resolved that the executrix of Fabius M Lawson having communicated that a debt from the University to the decd was now due & demandable, The
The bills which they approve shall become law from the time of such approbation, and shall then be returned to, or demandable by, the clerk of the House of
The bills which they approve shall become law from the time of such approbation, and shall then be returned to, or demandable by, the clerk of the House of Delegates, to be filed of record in his office.
Ionic, and 6. corinthian, we imported for our first buildings. and altho, being for the University, we did not think duties demandable at all, yet these being of 15. p.c. only at that time, and amounting to but 305.
I say we did not think duties demandable at all, because the statute of 1816.