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  • In some cases, more than one clock cycle is required to perform a predictable action.
  • This will make the actions of the other players more predictable, which will give the player an advantage.
  • The sixth step shows two trees merged with each other, with predictable results.
  • The predictable water levels have also allowed development of the local economy through summer tourism.
  • Although of only average build-quality, they were fun to drive and very predictable.
  • The weather changes each day and does not seem to follow predictable patterns.
  • This means that the last cut may take much longer than the first cut making production timing less predictable.
  • Teams almost always have several offensive plays planned to ensure their movement is not predictable.
  • How they will impact a person is even less predictable.
  • However, it was also noted parts of the game, especially the individuals, could get predictable after a few games.
  • A game takes about a minute to play before everyone hits the ground with predictable results.
  • Nine cards out of twenty-four do not participate in play, making the hand less predictable than otherwise.
  • Where the becomes and where it becomes is not very predictable.
  • The idea was a predictable further development of the by then well-established indoor type of museum.
  • In other words, the deterministic nature of these systems does not make them predictable.
  • In addition, foreign trade expanded rapidly because international trade was regulated and predictable.
  • She "created for her family a home life that was secure, safe and predictable."
  • The trend has continued in recent times, although it is less of a predictable science.
  • The ceiling on the court is usually very high, so the ball has a more predictable path.
  • The day a character becomes predictable is the day a writer should think about moving on, because the reader certainly will.
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Meaning of predictable

  • adjective Capable of being foretold