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Meanings and phrases
- meant or adapted for an occasion or use; suited
- worthy of being chosen especially as a spouse; desirable; worthy
- Lytic phages are more suitable for phage therapy.
- Good quality cages designed for pet birds are more suitable.
- That is more suitable that you may not incline [to injustice]."
- 12 – not suitable for children under 12.
- 1, and is not suitable for nonlinear frictiophoresis to take place.
- (1948), but the producer and director decided she was not suitable.
- Ultimately, the 5.60 m boat was selected as most suitable.
- Kagekiyo was apparently most suitable.
- The parcels of land with the most suitable price were purchased.
- They ask Santosh to upload his profile to find a suitable match.
- It took medical staff more than fifty minutes to find a suitable vein.
- Females emerge in the spring and forage until they find a suitable host colony to invade.
- The book is also suitable for use with "Heroes Unlimited".
- This makes them suitable for use where a connection in cascade is required.
- This generally allows better insulation making them more suitable for use in cold water.
- Each nest requires about of suitable habitat.
- It is a rare species, with a restricted range and narrow suitable habitat.
- This is because it is a common species wherever there is suitable habitat within its range.
- The impervious granites of the Lévézou make this a suitable location for water capture.
- Under his direction, a suitable location for a new factory was sought and Gimo was chosen.
- During the breeding season, the male chooses a suitable location with overhanging foliage.
- Presently, Jebel Marra may be a suitable site for agriculture.
- A plot of land on a suitable site in West Street (Drogheda's main street) was persistently refused by the corporation.
- Sefton pledged to remove the colony of distinguished jumping spiders ("Attulus distinguendus") to another suitable site.
- Sometimes no suitable match is found.
- However, there is no suitable space for the work in Prague's galleries.
- Users who have a Swedish bank account but no suitable phone can register for reception of payments.
- Sometimes the only suitable instruction in this case is codice_4.
- The BGA were in a quandary as the only suitable aircraft was the Buxton Hjordis.
- Round grooves are only suitable for idler pulleys that guide the belt, or when (soft) O-ring type belts are used.
- Mated females then seek a suitable place to begin a colony.
- Unable to locate a suitable place, they turned back to join the larger group.
- The remote islands were considered to be a suitable place to punish the independence activists.
- "C. africana" is particularly suitable as a live hedge.
- This site was particularly suitable for several reasons.
- Such units are particularly suitable to processing high flow rates with low head difference.
- The oldest daughter Lucy, 48, is a spinster and can't find suitable work.
- It also conducted psychological testing to help people find suitable jobs.
- The BBC attempted but failed to find suitable working arrangements with them.
- Despite the limitation imposed by a lack of suitable engines, the fighter remained a relatively compact and balanced design.
- Campbell also made an attempt in the summer of 1957 at Canandaigua, New York, which failed due to lack of suitable calm water conditions.
- After the success of "Gone with the Wind", Rhett left Hollywood and returned to South Carolina and retired from filmmaking in 1941, citing a lack of suitable roles.
- As we had a very suitable room she consented.
- The banks of the stream were very suitable to built new churches.
- As a consequence, it was not very suitable at anything but close range.
- Dwara was not considered suitable for that purpose.
- This means that while they are not seen as prostitutes, they are not considered suitable marriage partners for many men.
- Technically all Danish 18-year-old males are conscripts (37,897 in 2010, of whom 53% were considered suitable for duty).
- Also, it is less suitable for smoking fish of different size.
- Their estuaries are small, and their valleys are less suitable for agriculture.
- The Gibson designs were less suitable for the sounds that the Stratocaster tremolo and its derivatives made possible.
- The PSSI later decide Uzbekistan as the suitable replacement candidate.
- One suitable replacement is formula_14, which states that "x" is inhabited.
- Frey has suggested that the juice could be a suitable replacement for coconut water..
- Males pass through the female swarm several times before finding a suitable mate.
- When Albert's grandmother became sick in 2014, her family had great difficulty finding a suitable caregiver.
- However, finding a suitable fixed-width font is likely to be difficult if a significant subset of Unicode is desired.
- A suitable candidate was found in the alleged healing of an infant, Eric Catania (b.
- Izzy is told that Katy is not a suitable candidate for surrogacy as she is too young.
- Her appointment was consensual between European Council Members (Manfred Weber was not considered the most suitable candidate).
- Storage may be static random access memory (SRAM), flip-flops, latches or any other suitable form of storage.
- It is customary for the brit to be held in a synagogue, but it can also be held at home or any other suitable location.
- The idea to locate the new post office inside the church came from the church's vicar, after no other suitable location was found.