I came upon some texts where
in able to is used where instead also either
to be able to or
in order to could have been used.
In able to doesn't sound quite right to me. I also didn't hear it anywhere before. At first i thought
in able to was just a mistake but now i'm not so sure anymore. I googled it but but i didn't find any real arguments against it.
In addition to that, we had to wait a long time in able to query the next request (sometimes over 30 minutes).
Previously, it has been suggested that S. aureus in able to survive without replication in neutrophils, > but ultimately cause lysis (Voyich et al., 2005; Kobayashi et al., 2010).
Questioned about whether electronic surveillance of social networks by agencies including the NSA and GCHQ is damaging for democracy, Gadde pointed to Twitter's decision to sue the FBI and US Department of Justice in October 2014 in able to publish more details about government requests for user information. Source: theguardian.com
My question is wheter
in able to is a existing term or not.