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- adj. Capable of being drawn out
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being drawn out.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being drawn out; ductile.
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Truly wise men called on each element alike to minister to their joy, and while the touch of sun-bathed air, the fragrance of garden soil, the ductible qualities of mud, and the spark-whirling rapture of playing with fire, had each their special charm, they did not overlook the bliss of getting their feet wet.
Interest applying the statutory federal rate principally due to for - and investment income decreased as a result of lower aver - eign losses for which no tax benefit was provided, nonde - age investment balances and declining interest rates in ductible stock-based compensation charges, tax credits, 2002 as compared to 2001.
Meals and entertainment expenses are deductible, if at all, only to the extent they are not "lavish and extravagant," and even then they are de - ductible only for a portion of the amount expended.
Payments for agreements not to compete are treated as a form of goodwill and are de - ductible over 15 years regardless of the length of such agreements.