amenability


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Synonyms for amenability

the quality or state of willingly carrying out the wishes of others

Synonyms for amenability

the trait of being cooperative

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(2010) Gardens of Eden and amenability on cellular automata.
Biologists provide a thorough reference to Bacillus subtilis, a favorite research subject because of its large size and genetic amenability, and so one of the best known prokaryotes.
On March 4 in the same year, Pakistan indicated to Japan its amenability to the move.
Age-at-first-arrest.--Age-at-first-arrest speaks to the juvenile's amenability to reform in the juvenile justice system and is a predictor of chronic delinquency (Patterson, Forgatch, Yoerger, and Stoolmiller, 1998).
If the business is snapped it would be a step irreversible and not in consonance with the words "it shall continue with the business" as also against the stepwise implementation contemplated in the order particularly when the lessee has shown complete submission and amenability (through an affidavit) to implementation in letter and sprit.
Rather they give serious consideration to McCormick's relationship with his clients--priests with varying degrees of amenability to the Modern--and to his use of a vernacular architectural language alongside that of his Modernist counterparts.
2003); 'The concept of personal jurisdiction comprises two distinct components: amenability to jurisdiction and service of process.
The speed, flexibility, robustness and amenability of NIRCI techniques and instrumentation make them suitable for QbD purposes.
International Resource News-27 May 2009-Helio Resource Reports Amenability Testwork Results(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Drums will continue to be the leading rigid bulk packaging product type based on their relatively low cost, reusability and amenability to shipping hazardous materials.
Construing the comparative fault statute, the Florida Supreme Court held that a tort-feasor's "[l]iability is to be determined on the basis of the percentage of fault of each participant to the accident and not on the basis of solvency or amenability to suit of other potential defendants." The court erroneously focused on the liability UMC incurred in paying $5,950,000 in settlement of the plaintiff's claim against it.
Thus, the third dimension was labeled "amenability to change," and was evaluated on a 5-point Likert-type scale on which 1=not amenable to change, and 5=highly amenable to change.
Third, with regard to scheduling and conducting assessments of critical DIB assets, DOD is currently doing so based on contractor amenability and security clearance status without regard for assets' priority rankings, and thus cannot ensure that the most critical DIB contractors are assessed.
Might examining specific patterns of resistance or amenability of Shakespeare's drama to film adaptation reveal something precise and otherwise imperceptible about Shakespeare's own formal techniques in constructing his plays?
Not only are mitigating factors, such as a juvenile offender's age and maturity and amenability to treatment and probation properly considered in the decision-making process at every stage of the handling of a juvenile crime, including whether juvenile offenders should properly face adult court sanctions for their actions, so too must aggravating factors be considered, such as the severity of the crime, the threat to public safety, the impact upon the victim's and the offender's criminal history.