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readily

adverb eagerly, easily, effortlessly, freely, gladly, graciously, heartily, lief, prompte, promptly, quickly, smoothly, voluntarily, willingly
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To the researchers' surprise, says Kim, the nanotubes dispersed most readily in the presence of either type of natural organic matter.
Although there are solid technical grounds for preferring some alternative risk measures, value at risk is often more readily understood because it is similar to the familiar notion of a worst-case loss, which, since it will never be exceeded, is the 100% value at risk.
The painting offers no readily discernible key to its own allegoricalness: Narrative fragments circulate without a punctum; distinctions between present, near past, and distant past seem flattened; scales shift.
For nonrecourse loans secured by assets without a readily ascertainable FMV, a person will be deemed to have an interest other than as a creditor if he or she stands to receive financial gain from the activity.
CO alarms are readily available from distributors such as Home Depot Supply, Graybar and Wilmar and retailers including Ace Hardware, Duane-Reade drug stores, Home Depot, Target, TruServe and other home improvement stores.
With this amount of clear, concise, complete information so readily accessible by the responsible parties, improving communication among them became a principal focus.
Is collateralized by liquid and readily marketable debt or equity securities;
The remedy, he writes, is for priests "to declare with firmness and conviction that the Sacrament of Penance is the ordinary means of obtaining pardon and the remission of grave sins committed after baptism," and he encourages priests to be welcoming, to be good listeners, to be readily accessible, to be understanding and sensitive, all as Jesus was.
The IRS did address employers concerns that other nonfinancial restrictions should be considered when determining whether vouchers are readily available.
The most sensitive ELISA or Western blot assay, which are relatively inexpensive and readily available, cannot determine antibodies to HIV during PHI.
Rather, Ferrari shows that he constructed his text largely by assembling and weaving together passages from a selection of authors, the choice of whom reflects his scholastic training, the texts on anatomy most readily available to him, and his own humanisti c tastes and associations.
Actually, there are others not on CD in America but readily available as imports.