Definition of Renewability

1. n. The quality or state of being renewable.



Definition of Renewability

1. Noun. The property of being renewable. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Renewability

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renewability

renegued
reneguer
reneguers
renegues
reneguing
renerve
renerved
renerves
renerving
renest
renested
renesting
renests
renew
renewabilities
renewability (current term)
renewable
renewable energy
renewable energy resource
renewable resource
renewable resources
renewables
renewably
renewal
renewals
renewed
renewedly
renewedness
renewer
renewers

Literary usage of Renewability

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1. Private Health Insurance: Progress & Challenges in Implementing 1996 Federal edited by William J. Scanlon (2000)
"... Portability, and renewability dards Summary of Applicability of ccess, Portability, and ility Standards by Market ificate of itable Coverage To achieve ..."

2. Health Insurance Standards: New Federal Law Creates Challenges for Consumers edited by William J. Scanlon (1999)
"... Portability, and 30 renewability Standards, by Market Segment Table 11.1: State Approaches to Group-to-individual Guaranteed 33 Access Abbreviations ..."

3. Private Health Insurance in OECD Countries by Organization for Economic Cooperation &, Elizabeth Docteur (2004)
"In the case of such products, policy makers may want to be sure that these policies are not serving as a means to circumvent renewability standards imposed ..."

4. Thirsty Cities: Urban Environments and Water Supply in Latin Americaby Danilo J. Anton by Danilo J. Anton (1993)
"High rate of renewal One of the most important features of an aquifer allowing its intense, long-term exploitation is its renewability. ..."

5. Electric Railway Handbook: A Reference Book of Practice Data, Formulas and by Albert Sutton Richey, William Charles Greenough (1915)
"Much stress has been laid on the so-called renewability feature of special ... On the other hand, this renewability feature has been applied very little in ..."

6. Indicators of Sustainability for the Mineral Extraction Industry by Roberto C Villas-Bôas, Christian Beinhoff (2002)
"Other investigators generally associate only this concept to that of renewability of the renewable natural resources, without considering their ..."

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