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Collins, though, may be more amenable after her intensely competitive November election is over.
Feynman diagrams can be translated into geometric spaces that are amenable to analysis by cohomology.
There was even work to make it amenable to industrial looms.
I was pretty shocked in general to see how amenable people were to changing this very foundational thing!
That might have included graduate students, it might have been a school district that was very amenable to research, and then you take the results of that and trying to put that into another location is where that challenge happened.
The females, when in a hurry to get out, do as much, if they find the tube at all amenable to the process.
The children are docile, obedient, and good-natured, and are most amenable to religious principles.
Winds, laik everything else, are amenable to control, if you only know how to control them.
THE WAY OF THE WINDZOE ANDERSON NORRIS
My uncle, so amenable in most matters, proved Inexorable on this point.
THE WOMAN IN THE ALCOVEANNA KATHARINE GREEN
They are amenable to law, and must be tried by the very same process by which men are tried.
SAMANTHA AMONG THE BRETHREN, PART 7.JOSIAH ALLEN'S WIFE (MARIETTA HOLLEY)

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