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re·new·a·ble

 (rĭ-no͞o′ə-bəl, -nyo͞o′-)
adj.
1. Capable of being renewed: a renewable membership; renewable subscriptions.
2. Relating to or being a commodity or resource, such as solar energy or firewood, that is inexhaustible or replaceable by new growth.

re·new′a·bil′i·ty (-bĭl′ĭ-tē) n.
re·new′a·bly adv.
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On a separate note, the ICC is using its website and social media to keep the public informed about the implementation and implications of Decision 186/ICC, which is related to the guaranteed renewability of medical insurance contracts for individuals and groups.
The benefits of creating high-performing solutions in combination with renewability provides opportunities for us to continue to expand our market reach in the cosmetics, personal care, flavors, fibers and polyurethanes markets as well as many other applications."
The Sessions-Cassidy proposal would keep the PPACA provisions that are unrelated to commercial health insurance, and they would keep some of the more popular consumer protection provisions such as the ban on annual and lifetime benefits limits; the provision letting dependents stay on coverage until age 26; and the guaranteed renewability provision.
The high demand of thermoplastic starch in the biodegradable mulch films market can be attributed to its low cost, renewability, abundance, biodegradability, and availability from agricultural crops.
It has proudly donated hundreds of saplings and CardPak managers teach children about the natural renewability of paperboard packaging as they together plant the saplings in biodegradable milk cartons.
In this age of overconsumption, Singhal feels adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle will help communities move towards healthier living and thus contribute to sustainability and renewability.
The timber industry should welcome increased market focus on environmental issues, but it has been very disheartening to see the marketplace overwhelmed with 'green washing' and dubious environmental claims, usually based on only one specific attribute such as 'rapid renewability' for bamboo, or 'recyclability' for steel or plastics.
The new Oxbow forest is a shining example of the rapid renewability and value of Western Oregon forests and a showcase of successful forest management after a catastrophic fire.
Embracing advanced security technologies such as obfuscation, key smearing, variability, renewability, secure storage, secure time, optimised cryptography and more, Conax is providing additional layers of robust security enabling highly secure OTT and DRM clients with a solution that is also easy to implement.
Using a combination of microcrystalline cellulose, wood flour, and hemp, flax, and kenaf fibers to replace conventional reinforcing fillers such as glass fiber, carbon fiber, nanoclay, and minerals, he hopes to formulate high-specific-strength and High-modulus materials that are low-cost, low-density, and easy-to-process, and offer thermal and acoustic insulation, easy surface modification, low abrasion to molds, biodegradability, renewability, and global availability.
The rating is however constrained by the low margin and working capital intensive nature of business and inherent risks associated with successful renewability of the companya[euro](tm)s dealership agreement with Samsung India Electronics (P) Ltd.
Also includes interim high risk renewability pool for currently uninsured (starting 90 days after enactment).