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‘The plates were incubated until the colonies were easily countable.’
‘The concept of reasoning is a key component of activities that capture children's interest-for example, as they interact with countable objects during the acquisition of math skills.’
‘I remain hopeful that, in the din created by the current climate of pre-determined goals, products, standards, and countable outcomes, we will be able to hear.’
‘In truth, I imagine my real audience figure only just reaches the maximum number countable using my fingers… on just one hand.’
‘Of course, if there were no infinite sets then there would be no infinite numbers, countable or uncountable, and so an Aristotelian would not accept the result of this proof as a fact.’
‘As might be expected Cantor went on to find other kinds of infinities that were not countable by the rules he had established.’
‘In the central aspects of explaining the ideas on countable numbers, Aczel does an excellent job, while in peripheral ideas such as explaining the Reimann sphere he does displays a less then exemplary effort.’
‘Chocolates in a box are countable - two chocolates, a few chocolates, many chocolates, but who's counting?’
‘I haven't met personally one except I knew there was one or two students at the university and I heard from people saying that there are a countable number of Jewish families still living in Baghdad.’
‘Mathematicians divide infinite sets into two categories, countable and uncountable sets.’
‘At night the stars were so close it was like a Hollywood set; more bright lights than humanly countable.’
‘We could add any individual real number to the set of rational numbers and still have a countable collection, just as we may be able to prove individual problems from a non-algorithmic class of problems.’
‘The world, Heidegger says, is not the mere collection of the countable or uncountable, familiar and unfamiliar things that are at hand.’
‘The friends I made with this group are not countable.’
‘In order to cast a countable vote, a voter must read and follow a set of rudimentary instructions.’
‘After irradiation, the cells were left for 2 weeks under standard conditions to allow the formation of countable colonies.’
‘The difference is, when they do so online, it is countable, transcribable, and therefore more readily part of the political battle and stories thereof.’
‘A full hierarchical perspective suggests a continuum of variation rather than a countable number of objects.’
‘By molecules, we generally mean assemblies of a discrete, countable number of atoms.’
‘Thus, 100 countable individuals was a targeted minimum that was easily surpassed in many samples but not achieved in others.’
1.1Grammar (of a noun) that can form a plural or be used with the indefinite article.