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capable of adapting or being adapted

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having a capacity for adaptation

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The forty-three item questionnaire (Zeanah and Schwarz, 1996) included five subscales of skill and experience (13 items), attractiveness (9 items), control (5 items), moral judgment (11 items), and adaptiveness (5 items), the reliability of which has been estimated through Cronbach Alpha as 0.93, 0.94, 0.88, 0.85, and 0.85, respectively.
(3) Combined coefficient setting: To achieve adaptiveness to both transmission environment and energy allowance, we only have to combine (15) and (16) to get the following setting:
Throughout my travels and engagements, I continue to be inspired by your professionalism, your commitment to defending the Nation, and your adaptiveness in encountering the security challenges our country faces.
But for the moment, while this leaves plenty of room to bring greater rule orientation to traffic in the Lebanese capital and to engineer a boom in adaptiveness of behaviors in Berlin, it gives hope that the wait for the first kickoff at the Euro 2016 tournament next month will be filled with (moments of) Lebanese-German GemE-tlichkeit.
And I have no doubt these skills will serve him well here in this environment, where preparedness and adaptiveness are going to be so critical.
The adaptiveness of worker demography in the attine ant Trachymyrmex septentrionalis.
By measuring inflation expectations directly, we capture the adaptiveness of forecasts.
Sides' fresh, thorough review of contemporary practical realities and expeditionary adaptiveness should revive interest in De Long's and Melville's feats.
These values included abasement, adaptiveness, harmony with people, harmony with the universe, interdependence, respect for authority, and sincerity.
The discussion of the paper focuses both on the theoretical and the methodological implications of the adaptiveness of the psycholinguistic system.
For students the key ingredients they need to bring to the table are the aspiration, attitude and adaptiveness employers in Kirklees and beyond seek from their workforce.
Workers who find their jobs meaningful have an increased sense of responsibility and adaptiveness, leading to greater productivity.
He argues the 'Australian Settlement' of the early 20th Century was not an institutional brake on Australia's success and institutional adaptiveness in the 1980s and 90s meant that the old regime could be reformed to Australia's ongoing benefit.
Clients are seen as authors of their evolving career and life stories, capable of displaying self-sufficiency, self-reliance, resourcefulness and adaptiveness. Career counselors should consistently emphasize their unique emotions, cognitions, volition and passions; the importance of an active, movement-oriented approach as opposed to a passive approach and labelling clients who are unwilling to take the necessary action to move forward as patients.