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capable of being readily understood

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capable of being comprehended or understood

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This article focuses on agents that assist humans to analyze, understand, and improve multiagent team behaviors by (1) locating key aspects of team behaviors that are critical in team success or failure; (2) diagnosing such team behaviors, particularly problematic behaviors; (3) suggesting alternative courses of action; and (4) presenting the relevant information to the user comprehensibly. To accomplish these goals, we have developed an agent called ISAAC.
And after comprehensibly dominating in every shape, every department and every way for the opening 25 minutes no one could believe that Arsene Wenger's team were a goal down.
To make this analysis Adams employs Foucauldian discourse analysis as her theoretical and methodological approach and does so clearly and comprehensibly. The book's bringing together of both dominant and marginalized sexual categories and its Canadian focus render it an especially valuable addition to teaching resources for the history of sexuality.
Managers have a responsibility to convey corporate decisions clearly and comprehensibly but without dictating how employees should respond to their message ("Here are what we perceive to be the pros and cons of this new system" versus "We know you're really gonna like this new system").
This all proceeded quite comprehensibly, and when the Robber was released from service he made his way across abridge.
Historical debates are comprehensibly distilled into miracles of compression.
The author makes the refreshingly original argument that serious political ideas can be presented briefly and comprehensibly, citing the Gettysburg Address and Federalist 10.
One thing that happens in jail is that the same people who ridiculed others for seeking knowledge begin to realize that it's dangerous not to have the ability to read or write comprehensibly. I and many other have turned to education because we are tired of being stepped on.
Although the prosecution's stance is more accurately and comprehensibly explained as the argument that race was irrelevant to the factual predicates of the defendant's guilt or innocence, this point was obscured by the prosecution's broader rhetorical incantation of the "race doesn't matter" theme.
Regardless, I recommend the book to all technical communicators who are interested in making sure that their content is delivered as comprehensibly as possible.
This is not the place to do a comparison of Gaines's and Faulkner's techniques in the rendering of oral narrative in written form (and I could not leave out Zora Neale Hurston from the discussion); what is significant is that Gaines is most concerned with being understood, and Faulkner, as many of my students will attest, appears not to have cared a whit about his comprehensibly.
But in actual performance, no more than 5 per cent of its sixty-five pages of 'simultaneous' double columns will come across comprehensibly. Is that enough?
To visually impaired students, such visual materials present both an inaccessible set of information, and in some cases, a comprehensibly difficult media.
You now have a single-volume text that comprehensibly tackles unknown or forgotten insurance issues involving contract disputes, extracontractual damage claims, and the related field of bad-faith litigation.
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