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suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place

having or showing a tendency or likelihood

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(usually followed by 'to') naturally disposed toward

at risk of or subject to experiencing something usually unpleasant

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mentally quick and resourceful

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being of striking appropriateness and pertinence

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We represent scores of businesses in the West End and down the many side streets around Shandwick Place and we work hard together to make sure that we attract our own customers to the area, but let these customers know about the wider West End," Apter explains.
To a daughter-in-law, it seems like criticism, Apter said.
Dr Apter says mothers feel excluded by the wives from their sons' lives, and wives can be jealous of the close relationship between the husband and his mum.
Yet, Apter stresses the importance of carving separate identities: "A sister presents us with someone similar to us, but she also reveals our differences.
David Apter, The Political Kingdom in Uganda (revised edition) (London, 1961, 1967, 1997) 248-50.
Dan Apter, Judi Gale, Irving Sivin, Yun-yen Tsong, and Ian S.
The Hartford named Ronald Apter as vice president and deputy associate counsel for compliance.
Dr Terri Apter, social psychologist at Cambridge University and co-ordinator of the new Soothing Family Life report, warns that the balance between encouraging children to do their best and becoming a pushy parent is a hard one to achieve.
Alan Apter at a meeting of the International Society of Adolescent Psychiatry.
Dieben TOM, Roumen FJME and Apter D, Efficacy, cycle control, and user acceptability of a novel combined contraceptive vaginal ring, Obstetrics & Gynecology, 2002, 100(3):585-593.
The Myth of Maturity: What Teenagers Need From Parents to Become Adults, by Terri Apter, New York: W.
Apter (1996) interviewed a group of 80 mid-life women and classified them into four groups (traditional, innovative, expansive, and protestors) according to various characteristics.
An AFS member since 1976, he served on the Michiana Chapter board of directors (1978-87) and as ch apter president (1985-86).
home health line received the top prize in the Best Breaking News category for a story by associate editor Jennie Apter revealing that many home care information systems would be inoperable as a result of imminent changes in Medicare billing rules.
with an introduction, notes, and commentary by Ronnie Apter, singable translations co-translated by Mark Herman, Studies in Medieval Literature 17 (Lewiston: Edward Mellen Press, 1999).