One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The people who this situation has affected will be notified as to any rescheduling of cases as soon as is practicably possible.’
- ‘But I do allude to the fact that there are differences, significant differences, where some of the recommendations may not actually be practicably implemented due to the demographics of county forces.’
- ‘‘I have no doubt that police officers face some hazards that cannot practicably be avoided,’ she said.’
- ‘The research could not practicably be conducted without access to and use of the protected health information.’
- ‘It noted however, that it was their intention to resume all services as soon as it is practicably possible and asked for users' continued support in the interim.’
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