League pulls RM-11306

Walt Van Arsdale varsdale at VERIZON.NET
Sun Apr 29 23:44:19 EDT 2007

See definitions 3b and 3c below:

Main Entry: vi·a·ble
Pronunciation: 'vI-&-b&l
Function: adjective
Etymology: French, from Middle French, from vie life, from Latin vita --
more at VITAL
1 : capable of living; especially : having attained such form and
development as to be normally capable of surviving outside the mother's womb
<a viable fetus>
2 : capable of growing or developing <viable seeds> <viable eggs>
3 a : capable of working, functioning, or developing adequately <viable
alternatives> b : capable of existence and development as an independent
unit <the colony is now a viable state> c (1) : having a reasonable chance
of succeeding <a viable candidate> (2) : financially sustainable <a viable
- vi·a·bil·i·ty  /"vI-&-'bi-l&-tE/ noun
- vi·a·bly  /'vI-&-blE/ adverb

-----Original Message-----
From: Boat Anchor Owners and Collectors List
[mailto:BOATANCHORS at LISTSERV.TEMPE.GOV]On Behalf Of Scott Johnson
Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2007 9:21 AM
Subject: Re: League pulls RM-11306

Why do people use a biological term to describe "practicable" or

I really don't believe CW is capable of sustaining life outside the womb:)

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