ready ability

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"In 2019, in the United States, with ready ability to reduce pollution and keep families safe and healthy, this is a travesty."
The timing turned in our favor with the owners of Brigadier considering an exit strategy and Concierge's ready ability to accommodate them.
As interesting and unusual as all this may be, the other factor which evolved emphasized the ready ability for a moderately favourable pattern (throughout the lower and middle layers) to become overtly active in advecting moist air into and across Namibia.
However, that commonality of approach seldom provides a ready ability to match the skills, experience, and price of a trusted adviser to the unique needs of an individual retirement program.
He mixes this with a sharp wit and ready ability to infect others with his enthusiasm for local communities.
"AFV" (ABC drops the 'H' in acronym form) rode the wave of the late-'80s camcorder boom, serving as the national showcase for the new generation of families with the ready ability to capture every soccer game and backyard get-together on videotape.
Giving a 55-year-old priest, who has no ready ability to obtain employment, no pension or even Social Security benefits, the option of leaving or entering a monastery for which he might be temperamentally unsuited, may be close to a death sentence.
1: marked by ready ability to move with quick easy grace
"Providing strong and clear notice of your [privacy] practices, and providing people with the easy and ready ability to opt out of them, is at the heart of what companies need to do," to adhere to the FTC's principle of giving notice, says Jeff Connaughton, a spokesman for the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI).
On my usual material for this (Peter Gabriel on "Mercy Street", So; Al DiMeola Project on "Oriana", Kiss My Axe; and Clark Terry on "Brushes and Brass", Clark Terry Live at the Village Gate), the 15Ms provided a good sense of space and a ready ability to follow little nuances in the music.
Webster's defines "agile" as "mentally quick and resourceful; marked by ready ability to move with quick easy grace." Marc S.
52% of 16-24s would describe themselves as a global citizen, says Voxburner, a perspective which is also informed by social media and the ready ability to connect with others around the world.