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Literary usage of Reinforceable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1906)
"The knee jerks are normal, equal and reinforceable. The ankle jerks are equal and normal, there being no ankle clonus, or front tap contraction. ..."
2. Equity in Its Relations to Common Law: A Study in Legal Development by William Weldon Billson (1917)
"... such a nature as to be reinforceable by that principle as occasion may arise. Among them is the doctrine of the equity of redemption. ..."
3. Combination Tones and Other Related Auditory Phenomena by Joseph Peterson (1908)
"Using a toothed siren, they obtained ' interruption tones ' reinforceable to a still higher degree. The first siren of this kind that they used was 9.5 ..."
4. Control Processes in Modified Handwriting: An Experimental Study by June Etta Downey (1908)
"... also gave an ' interruption tone ' reinforceable with a resonator. In this case they obtained, when the tone 60 corresponded to c*, *' Studien über ..."