References in classic literature ?
Vesey," said Miss Halcombe, looking brighter, sharper, and readier than ever, by contrast with the undemonstrative old lady at her side, "what will you have?
Similarly, the more tyrants pillage, the more they crave, the more they ruin and destroy; the more one yields to them, and obeys them, by that much do they become mightier and more formidable, the readier to annihilate and destroy.
The proposals are part of a drive to cut re-offending by improving standards in prisons so criminals are readier for their return to society.
There were also strains among Greece's partners, with some readier than others to cut a deal.
As he has traveled the country, Perry has promised he is healthier and readier than ever for the rigors of a 2016 run.
There are signs, though, that a new lot after the election may be readier to accept that this commission really isn't crying wolf.
Without being nasty to Lazar Markovic, I think at this moment in time Ibe is readier for that position than him.
Importantly we are starting to see credit markets thaw in the region, with data showing that banks are getting a bit more willing to lend, while customers are readier to borrow.
Those who neither know nor care are the vast majority, and are a happy folk, to be envied by most of the minority classes; "to really understand" comes readier to their lips and pens than "really to understand," they see no reason why they should not say it (small blame to them, seeing that reasons are not their critics' strong point) and they do say it, to the discomfort of some among us, but not to their own.
In this light, Eisai has resolved to voluntarily adopt IFRS across the Eisai Group to enable readier comparison and disclosure of financial information on an international basis and thereby increase convenience to various shareholders, investors and other stakeholders both in Japan and abroad.
If Scheerbart argued that glass was "like virtue itself, pure, unyielding, readier to break than to bend," the pliability of Plexiglas functions as a material correlative for the transformation of transparency from an inherent physical property to a radically dematerialized status.