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reesepti vi tee

  • n  willingness or readiness to receive (especially impressions or ideas)
    their receptivity to the proposal

  • While the code and its translation were coming through the ether, the brain cells of the sleeping man, in a state of plastic receptivity, were absorbing the meaning of the dots .
  • I would not expect that in the Islamic world there's going to be any immediate receptivity to organized Christian efforts.
  • As Hrdy explains: "By eliminating infants in the troop that are unlikely to be his own, a usurping male hastens the mother's return to sexual receptivity and reduces the time .
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  • Female obesity linked to lower rates of live birth and embryo implantation in the uterus
    ( European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology ) An analysis of almost 10,000 first cycles of egg donation treatment at one of Europe's largest IVF centres shows that female obesity reduces the receptivity of the uterusto embryo implantation and thereby compromises reproductive outcome. The investigators report that excess female weight "impairs human reproduction" and that "the ...
    July 9, 2013 - EurekAlert!

  • Peter Piot in Forbes
    I've been coming to China for 14, 15 years and I can say in the first five or six years there was basically no receptivity in terms of the issue,Piot said. "And now today a lot is going on. You look at budgets, systems are being put in...
  • Eric Schmidt in MarketWatch
    The results reflect "strong momentum in our core business, growing receptivity to our new business initiatives, and improved discipline in managing our operating expenses," Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said in a prepared release.
  • Chris Dodd in Bloomberg
    There's a greater receptivity to this idea than there was 48 hours ago,Dodd said today in a conference call with reporters from Brussels.

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