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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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[4] We are reporting a case of aplastic anemia in a young girl secondary to HIV infection who responded very amenably to antiretroviral therapy (ART).
In the initial concept, Begg believed he had to slightly undersize the flexure so it could easily fit into the device during amenably. But because the flexure was undersized, more force was required to lock the mechanism, often leading to device malfunction.
But is the mixer so amenably prone to reductive symbolism: is it simply a figure of personal repression?
They are only infrequently camped out on the front porch amenably awaiting the arrival of a process server.
Nothing is exposed of the gallery's material base or ideological operations, for these no longer serve as the hidden source of the work's truth; rather, the space is treated as an amenably generic set for dark fantasizing.
For Dames, too, this newer nostalgia fits well into an overall social process: "insofar as this [newer] nostalgia knows that it desires that which cannot be regained, its desire does not harden into mental disturbance," and indeed it collaborates amenably enough with the embrace of a new home.
The scenery is stunning and he's an amenably enthusiastic guide.
Brown has contributed amenably in all three areas during his 15-year career.