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tolerable (well)

 and tolable (well)
Rur. pretty well; okay. Tom: How are you feeling? Jane: Tolerable well. Charlie: How's the work coming? Tom: Tolable well. Mary: How's your aunt after her surgery? Jane: She's getting along tolable.
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The journal Annals of Internal Medicine has revealed a new evidence-based guideline from the National Osteoporosis Foundation and the American Society for Preventive Cardiology which affirms that calcium from supplements or food that doesn't exceed the tolerable upper intake level of 2,000 to 2,500 mg per day is safe for the heart.
Northern Territory Health Minister Natasha Fyles has acknowledged the release of Commonwealth health-based guidelines for tolerable daily intake of Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif has said that the newly elected democratic government has designed a comprehensive programme to overcome the energy crisis in the country and load shedding will be reduced to tolerable level.
Global Banking News-March 4, 2013--Saudi central bank says inflation is at tolerable limits(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
MINIMALLY TOLERABLE TERMS: A CONCEPTUAL INTRODUCTION
CDATA[ There was no respect last week in the streets of Jerusalem as tens of thousands of protesters caused massive delays, littered the ground, trampled the cemetery walls, and cursed the Zionist hand that helps make their lives tolerable here.
Third, in setting boundaries for tolerable and intolerable risks.
1 : capable of being put up with <I still have pain, but it's tolerable.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has hit out at John McBeth describing remarks made by the outgoing Scottish Football Association president about African and Caribbean nations as "not tolerable.
And despite the fact that half the parents surveyed travel with their children every day, some 56 per cent find car trips with children barely tolerable and one in five describe them as stressful.
Any restrictive activity is tolerable until it affects you.
But the pain is tolerable and if it stay's where it's at, then I think I have a chance to play again this season.
The Queen, 1985 SCC, Chief Justice Brian Dickson likewise stated that in dealing with obscenity, a judge should be mindful that "the task is to determine in an objective way what is tolerable in accordance with the contemporary standards of the Canadian community, and not merely to project one's own personal ideas of what is tolerable.
Tazarotene is the least tolerable of the retinoids.
Estimates of how much stover must remain on the fields if erosion is to be controlled rely on the concept of a tolerable amount of soil loss, as defined for particular soils by the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service.