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ready and willing to receive favorably, as new ideas

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open to arguments, ideas, or change

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ready or willing to receive favorably

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of a nerve fiber or impulse originating outside and passing toward the central nervous system

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able to absorb liquid (not repellent)

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Among the HIV-negative participants, 27% receptively shared syringes, 67% had condomless vaginal sex, 22% had condomless heterosexual anal sex, and 45% had more than one opposite sex partner (Table 2).
Each of these elements has a strong foundation in oral language and the development of language as a set of skills to address the complex nature of communicating, both receptively and productively in the world today and tomorrow.
One of the best-known tools for measuring the ability to learn a word receptively is the Vocabulary Levels Test (VLT) (Nation 1983, 1990), a word-definition matching format test that measures subjects' receptive vocabulary breadth or size based on the recognition of words of graded frequency lists.
The world of striving retreats to be replaced by a new world in which the self is serenely, receptively, immersed.
In the communicative classroom, students ultimately have to use the language, productively and receptively, in unrehearsed context.
Process offenders' affective reactions to other group members, family members, and therapists; rather than reactively punish, receptively explore offender client's attempts to ingratiate, devalue, bully, and/ or seduce the treatment provider.
Domingas and Nael show us what happens to those who are, theoretically, so smoothly and receptively incorporated by Imperialism.
Regardless of prior experience, the iPod touch should continue to be investigated as a tool to teach additional skills to children with autism such as following scripts, receptively identifying stimuli, transitioning in hallways, and participating in inclusion settings.
Dancing for tips, therefore, is a process of positioning oneself receptively for one's symbolic and actual borders to be transgressed, while simultaneously seeking to communicate from one's integrated position as an active, auspicious, and subject dancer.
With the developmental trend of word comprehension advancing prior to word production (Snow, 2006), teachers could expect children to learn new words receptively before producing them.
The court also found a genuine issue of material fact as to the prison social worker's ability to interpret effectively, accurately, and impartially, both receptively and expressively, using any necessary specialized vocabulary.
How does your child communicate receptively and expressively during physical education?
The therapist is addressing the following instructional objective involving identifying common objects: able to receptively identify 10 common objects.
They seek to listen receptively to what is being said (and not said).
Overall, however, the ethnographic principle of receptively "being there" helped me find informal mentoring and begin to understand my new institution.
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