# dismantlable in a sentence

- A graph is
*dismantlable* if and only if it has a dismantling order. - By induction, it follows that every cop-win graph is
*dismantlable*. - They are also
*dismantlable* for cleaning or repair. - It is arguable that this is artificial economics, based on the cultural preference for wastefulness and that Zero Waste designs of
*dismantlable* components will ultimately be the cheapest as well as the most conservative way to reuse buildings. - In an arbitrary graph that is not cop-win, the robber can win by removing all dominated vertices and playing within the remaining subgraph, which must be non-empty else the graph would be
*dismantlable*. - It's difficult to find
*dismantlable* in a sentence.