- r without much difficulty
these snakes can be identified readily
- r in a punctual manner
- At the time, the attraction was not readily apparent to many people.
- But Marley was not always so readily and universally accepted, and it was not always so easy for him to slip into his many roles.
- Li Ching-yun gave it readily: "Keep a quiet heart, sit like a tortoise, walk sprightly like a pigeon and sleep like a dog.
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Turn on the lights in your house, and everyone readily sees that you are a customer of Entergy Mississippi.
June 14, 2013 - The Clarion-Ledger
- Panhandling solutions imperfect
- I gave a panhandler a buck Tuesday morning. I'm not sure why -- I readily admit I ignore Portland's ever-growing legion of median-strip dwellers far more often than I lower the driver's window and pass them a few coins or a dollar bill.
June 13, 2013 - Portland Press Herald
- Brief: Niagara Catholics student-athletes honored
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June 13, 2013 - Niagara Gazette
- Henry Paulson in Christian Science Monitor
For market discipline to be effective, market participants must not expect that lending from the Fed, or any other government support, is readily available,Paulson said in his testimony. "For market discipline to effectively constrain...
- President Bush in FOXNews
I readily concede it won't produce a barrel of oil tomorrow, but it will reverse the psychology,Bush told a White House news conference - his first since late April.
- John Roberts in The Associated Press
Training and advice on how to work with the United Nations could readily have helped the PKK in its efforts to use the United Nations camp as a base for terrorist activities,Roberts said.