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willing to carry out the wishes of others

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easily managed (controlled or taught or molded)

readily reacting to suggestions and influences

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It may be a single but the 690 Duke R's engine is a good deal more tractable than you'd expect, pulling smoothly and cleanly from subsonic engine speeds right up to 7,700rpm.
Trainer Willie Mullins ruffled a few feathers when electing to bypass the 2014 Champion Hurdle with his freegoing French import in favour of a quieter trip to France, but hindsight suggests that was probably the correct call as the eight-year-old appears at least slightly more tractable these days.
Trainer Willie Mullins ruffled a few feathers when electing to bypass the 2014 Champion Hurdle with his free-going French import in favour of a quieter trip to France, but hindsight suggests that was probably the correct call as the eight-year-old appears at least slightly more tractable these days.
The daughter of Elnadim was at least slightly more tractable and came home well to finish fourth despite encountering traffic problems.
Ranade and Gupta provide boiler engineers with a detailed account of the computational modeling of pulverized coal boilers, developing and discussing an appropriate approach to model complex processes occurring in pulverized coal boilers in a tractable way.
The recursive framework implicated in various economic decision problems requires dynamic programming, which is then, in combination with modern general equilibrium theory, utilized to developed tractable models of dynamic economic systems, as exemplified by Stokey, Lucas and Prescott (1989).
More tractable and scalable approaches than HSCT and very early ART are clearly needed for the 35 million persons already infected with HIV who will all eventually require lifelong treatment," wrote Dr.
He said that EMO service tractable at the audit and managerial level to record the booking and encashment of money orders.
Paula Rudall (of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew), originally viewed these butterfly-orchids as a simple, tractable system ideal for studying the origin of species and so they initiated a focused exploration of all nine Azorean islands.
Hence, I propose a new and tractable modification for GATSMs that enforces the ZLB, and which approximates the fully arbitrage-free but much less tractable framework proposed in Black (1995).
Phenotypic screens based on patient-derived iPS cells are an exciting approach to tackle diseases where tractable mechanisms have remained elusive.
Phenotypic screens based on patient-derived iPS cells arc an exciting approach to tackle diseases where tractable mechanisms have remained elusive.
Levesque is recognized for his work on a variety of topics in knowledge representation and reasoning, including cognitive robotics, theories of belief, and tractable reasoning.
He builds a theoretical framework for integration based upon six key principles: alignment of enterprise, stakeholder, and project strategies results in better outcomes for product or service development; partitioning of objects can create tractable problems if and only if boundary contiguity is achieved; inductive reasoning should guide integration management and recursive thinking; integration is only as good as long as architecture captures stakeholder requirements; integration should be based on forethought; and integration planning is predicated on pattern scheduling, network scheduling, and ad hoc scheduling, each with different impacts on budgeting.
Carroll, Johns Hopkins University, and Olivier Jeanne, Johns Hopkins University and NBER, "A Tractable Model of Precautionary Reserves, Net Foreign Assets, or Sovereign Wealth Funds" (NBER Working Paper No.