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Athletes with this tendency should be susceptive to a variety of negative outcomes" (p.
SUB- SUC + C succeed SUF + F suffice SUP + P suppress SU + SP/ST/SC suspect; sustain; susceptive SUB + elsewhere submit; subtract 10.
Such metals are highly susceptive to microbiologically induced corrosion and under deposit corrosion.
remote sensing and geographical information system (GIS), it has become possible to monitor land-use features on earth's surface over various time intervals to develop methods for rapid stratification of high susceptive areas and for the design of remedial measures.