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Synonyms for afford

have the money for

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bear

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Synonyms for afford

to make (something) readily available

Synonyms for afford

be able to spare or give up

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be the cause or source of

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The looking-through affordance of the fence will re-appear in a number of ways, most distinctively and imaginatively with the act of looking-through writing: both actual written documents (twice through Thatcher's reminiscences) as well as, twice, through the marquis of the El Rancho club, and then the dissolve through "Kane Builds Opera House" to Susan singing.
Such stimuli have the important benefit of allowing researchers, clinicians, and assessors to construct assessments where sexual affordances vary.
The significance of affordances will be dealt with further in discussing the PROXIMITY CONTEXT.
Walmart Marketside performs better on the dimensions of transparency, convenience, enjoyment and relevance, but Fresh & Easy performs equally well on affordance.
Ruecker, Stan, "Proposing an Affordance Strength Model to Study New Interface Tools," Digital Humanities 2006 (Paris, 2006).
Social mobility in public places is being made possible not only by altered dispositions, but also by the affordances of the internet and online social networking.
Affordances of online (OL) and face-to-face (F2F) teacher technology training environments provide different learning experiences for teachers, which have an impact on both the critical outcomes of the technology training and the teachers' abilities to transfer their learning and integrate technology into their classrooms.
To this day, however, there remains considerable debate, and some mystery, about the mediational affordances (e.
Mace), Task constraints on affordance perception (Julie A.
A well-discussed and obvious affordance of digital video-based data is its malleable nature--it can be easily edited and represented in a multimedia document.
Social Bookmarking According to Alexander, "pedagogical applications stem from their affordance of collaborative information discovery" (5, p.
The affordance factor deals with advertising the interaction possibilities of the VMR.
In examining virtual experiences in e-commerce, Li, Daugherty, and Biocca (2001) determine that active process, presence, involvement, enjoyment, and affordance are important elements.
Since points in preconstructed sketches can be dragged, one might assume that students would take advantage of this affordance throughout an investigation; however, study students, initially intrigued by the ability to drag points, usually stopped dragging after a short time and concentrated on interpreting a static figure.