capacity to understand

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I pride myself on my responsiveness and capacity to understand clients' needs.
It will also promote knowledge-sharing across regions and continents, increasing capacity to understand the issues and articulate solutions.
This is a testament to our development teams' capacity to understand our customers' demands and provide effective solutions that enable them to run their farming businesses efficiently, profitably and sustainably.
Heti's brother Gruff, who is three years older, had learnt sign language to communicate with his sister and the Welsh-speaking family made the decision to speak to Heti in English, as they were unsure of her capacity to understand a second language.
We are working with them to build their capacity to understand how they need to manage the resources that are available, both for what they can raise on their own and what they get from the central council office.
Synopsis: Empathy is the capacity to understand what another person is experiencing from within the other person's frame of reference.
Tuttle substantially lacked the capacity to understand right from wrong and to conform his behavior to the requirements of the law, according to Ms.
It will also ensure that they have the capacity to understand and question audit, risk and compliance reports that are provided by the organization.
In the brief, all the organizations agreed that "a prisoner is not competent to be executed if he 'has a mental disorder or disability that significantly impairs his or her capacity to understand the nature and purpose of the punishment, or to appreciate the reason for its imposition in the prisoner's own case.
He left Earth simply because it didn't have the resources or capacity to understand his tremendous gifting, therefore along with his oversized curiosity he embarked on a journey to explore the galaxies.
The mental capacity to understand the nature and consequences of one's deeds and ability to control one's behaviour are the only things that matter.
The Children's Act [1] provides that a child who: (i) is 12 years of age or older; (ii) is of sufficient maturity; and (iii) has the mental capacity to understand the benefits, risks, social and other implications of the treatment may consent to medical treatment without consent from a parent, guardian or caregiver or the assistance of a parent or guardian (section 129(2)).