from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being secured.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective That may be secured.
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- adjective Able to be
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The White house also holds many functions while providing an easily securable living space for the first family.
I want tiered perimeters, each with escalating defences, so the outer fence may be a simple 5 strand barbed wire fence, the second a stockade with mines / claymore at appropriate zones percieved weakpoints, the third probably a ring of shipping containers with securable approaches and finally seige bunkers for the near and dear to retreat to in a worse case scenario.
By the tone of the release, New York fully intends to exchange its reliable lever voting system with expensive, fragile, and non-securable computerized voting systems.
The Court's ruling further entrenches non-securable software driven voting technology to the detriment of the public and of democracy.
Why, then, insert this expensive, non-securable, unverifiable, non-transparent election system between the ballots and a reliable count?
Today, the New York City Board of Elections announced its contract with global public relations firm Burson-Marstellar for a $6.5 million campaign to "educate" New York residents about the wholly non securable computerized voting systems NY plans to implement in 2009.
Undeterred by science, politicians still plan to use wholly non-securable voting equipment which counts the vote in secret. '
Undeterred by science, politicians of all stripes move forward with plans to use wholly non-securable voting equipment which counts the vote in secret.
 Two international sources detailed the far less expensive (and far more securable) paper ballot system – hand counted at the polling site on election night.
If the federal government is magnanimous enough to grant immunity to such gross violations of liberty in the Land of the Free, certainly it can allow a State to demand securable voting, despite HAVA's arbitrary deployment deadline.