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These generative response tasks are configured in ways that permit simple scoring but have the characteristic of being highly susceptive to life-stage influence.
The critical window of brain development from susceptive to insusceptive effects of clomipramine neonatal treatment on sexual behavior.
From a more general perspective it is notable that the investigation finds democratic polities not more, nor less, susceptive to the forces of ethnicity, but sees ethnicity merely as one element in polis politics.
ATRL being a simple hydro-skimming refinery is having less discretion on the product mix makes it more susceptive to losses during unfavorable times.
Faces are frontal, all eyes, eternally receptive and susceptive of divine grace.
8], after exploring temporal features of BR, concluded that BR is not susceptive to minor temporal displacements of VS.
ICRA notes that volume growth in CV segment remains susceptive to relatively niche market presence of SML and MFT.
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.