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It is now settled that the rebel chief will be tried for treason, and as soon as practicable.
He is an old balloonist, and says the scheme is practicable.
The idea is that power should be devolved to the level closest to the people as is practicable.
There was no practicable way to involve all of us, all the time.
These scopes are more practicable now, when the prognostics of the political end economic barometer are halcyonic.
Military experts have said that the satellites would have no practicable military application in the foreseeable future.
Get the grid right, and it becomes far easier for any good green technology to become profitable and practicable.
But within a single country they may provide the best practicable solution.
It is envisioned that control of civil air traffic will be returned to civilian authorities as soon as practicable.
No more potent instrumentality for this purpose has ever been conceived and no other is practicable of establishment.
Many difficulties had to be surmounted before the screw was a practicable thing.
Nevertheless, those who were horrified by it and resisted it conceded that it was practicable.

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