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communicable

(of a disease or its causative agent) capable of being passed on readily
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Heuristic highest and best use analysis offers general applicability, formal adaptability, limited simulation of transactor thought processes, information efficiency, general communicability, and cost effectiveness.
We shall begin with the first touchstone Kant mentions in the Canon of Pure Reason: communicability.
The communicability, readability and manageability of the derived results are of great importance.
They review the philosophical foundations of subjective communicability, operant subjectivity, and quantum theory as relevant to the social and behavioral sciences.
The net result of this watershed transition has been the provision of almost unlimited space for human skills, communicability and instantaneous multi-tasking.
Selective pressures on the once and future contents of ethnic stereotypes: Effects of the communicability of traits.
Al-Dhahrani cited some positive aspects which foretell there is a disposition towards national reconciliation the most significant of which is constant communicability and exchanging of visits, pointing out that the relationships between all components of the Bahraini community began to consolidate anew, citing current economic recovery which in turn has its role in national reconciliation and reducing the repercussions of crisis.
As such, the turn towards circulation that LiPuma and Lee argue for makes possible a new set of questions regarding the global stakes of digital information: how, for example, does the circulation of this information both produce and short-circuit the communicability of meaning and power across global space and time?
Any strategy that breaks the cycle of droplet transmission will impact communicability.
First, clinicians may have the perception that some diseases are a greater public health threat based on communicability or severity of the illness and the likelihood of death (e.
If the solidarity and communicability of science and religion cannot be made convincing not only to the individuals involved in dialogue but also to the communities at large, whose motivation and mobilization are the reasons for the process to be begun at all, there has been no transformation and no general recognition of the prismatic multivalency of the world, no awakening to our task of creative anger against the fragmentation of our human relationship with Creation.