- n willingness or readiness to receive (especially impressions or ideas)
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- Paige, 67, is widely credited with turning around the Houston schools through an emphasis on accountability and efficiency and a receptiveness to new ideas.
- The receptiveness of the establishment to the outlaw sub-art in the early and middle 70s was evident at the two major film festivals I took part in, Cannes and New York.
- But this time I think there is a very great receptiveness.
News & Articles
- StepLeader's Must-Read Survey of News App Users - The Local Media App Trends Report
StepLeader surveyed over 1,100 news app users, and distilled the results into their Local Media App Trends Report. The summary sheds unique insight into consumer demographics, app discovery, app usage, and consumer receptiveness to content paywalls. (PRWeb July 25, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/7/prweb10956825.htm
July 25, 2013 - PRWeb
- Nicolas Sarkozy in The Moscow Times
Sarkozy told reporters that Medvedev had "told me of his receptiveness to the question of sanctions so long as they don't create humanitarian dramas."
- Duncan Kerr in ABC Online
Mr Kerr said such a scheme will only work in Australia if it is demand driven: "We'd like to get down to a real examination of the demand for labour and the receptiveness of a pilot scheme in various parts of Australia."
- Greg Sorbara in Canada.com
I think there was some receptiveness there on behalf of the federal minister and I think my colleagues had a much better understanding of the circumstances,Sorbara said after the meeting.