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willing to carry out the wishes of others

ready and willing to receive favorably, as new ideas

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disposed or willing to comply

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readily reacting to suggestions and influences

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open to being acted upon in a certain way

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liable to answer to a higher authority

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References in classic literature ?
From having considered them very respectful companions, amenable to instruction, she had begun to think that they meant perhaps to kill her as soon as it was dark, and cut up her body for gradual cooking; the suspicion crossed her that the fierce-eyed old man was in fact the Devil, who might drop that transparent disguise at any moment, and turn either into the grinning blacksmith, or else a fiery-eyed monster with dragon's wings.
The Humanics Method: A Tractate on the Way Forward in Academic Arenas Not Amenable to the Scientific Method
Their aim was to highlight those factors amenable to change before pregnancy, thereby informing decisions about interventions that could increase the likelihood of a normal outcome.
Blyth, McFadden, McAlister and Almeida Santos introduced and studied amenable partially ordered inverse semigroup in [3, 5, 6, 7].
Amenable is another in excellent form and can bring up the four-timer as he makes a swift reappearance in the Simply Cartons Production Handicap.
Global Banking News-May 29, 2013--German banking regulator says Libor still amenable to manipulations(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
FEW punters were cheering the return of racing at Southwell after a six-week break, as 100-1 shot Amenable stunned backers by flooring 4-11 favourite Horesradish in the two-year-old maiden auction.
The decline in amenable mortality in all countries averaged 16 percent during the study period, but the decline in the United States was only percent.
The measure of deaths amenable to health care is a valuable indicator of health system performance, the authors say, because it is sensitive to improved care, including public health initiatives.
At the other extreme the United States would be accused of deliberately weakening its own currency for domestic political reasons; and politicians like President Chirac of France--if still in office--would be amenable to ideas for retaliation, whether raising protectionist barriers, attempts at competitive devaluation, or ill-conceived taxes on international capital movements.
Certainly this represents a quality gap, but not necessarily one that is amenable to gainsharing.
ACTON - Wanted: someone with a passion for children, willing to give long hours, adept at reading and understanding volumes of reports and materials, amenable to being approached at grocery stores and the mall to discuss classroom issues.
99) tells of three siblings who discover an ad for a free pony, and who find their struggling single mother unexpected amenable to its acquisition.
minimally or at least unobtrusively postproduced) visuals and the extravagant artifice of its sound track invited the viewer to savor the unregarded delights of our everyday surroundings and smile at the fantasy that they might ever be entirely amenable to our control.
The parties have agreed to collectively assess the statewide composition of residential solid waste based on available information and to characterize and quantify the residential solid waste composition that would be amenable to source separation and curbside collection; to collectively prepare a market study using commercial information pertinent to Delaware to determine the historical, short-term and long-term trends for the sale and use of curbside source-separated materials; and to conduct a comprehensive review of mandatory curbside recycling programs adopted and operating throughout the U.