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Economics
a. readily obtainable
b. (of a market) characterized by low demand or excess supply with prices tending to fall

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(computer science)
A name for the hexadecimal digit whose decimal equivalent is 14.
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The willow-wren with his army also came flying through the air with such a humming, and whirring, and swarming that every one was uneasy and afraid, and on both sides they advanced against each other.
Your majesty must be rendered very uneasy by the illness of M.
Particularly remember that you are not to be uneasy about Mrs Gowan.
In the town he seemed continually uneasy and on his guard, as though he were afraid someone would be rude to him, and still more to her.
Raffles, walking with the uneasy gait of a town loiterer obliged to do a bit of country journeying on foot, looked as incongruous amid this moist rural quiet and industry as if he had been a baboon escaped from a menagerie.
But all was dark and quiet, and creeping back to bed again, he fell, after an hour's uneasy watching, into a second sleep, and woke no more till morning.
Leonce had been very uneasy at first, Madame Ratignolle said, and had wanted to start at once for the Cheniere.
To tell you the truth, I am uneasy about poor Jekyll; and even outside, I feel as if the presence of a friend might do him good.
I see plainly that she is uneasy at my progress in the good opinion of her brother, and conclude that nothing will be wanting on her part to counteract me; but having once made him doubt the justice of her opinion of me, I think I may defy, her.
Relationships between Jews and Catholics have been historically uneasy.
HIS UNEASY and suspicious movements gave away a former TV cameraman who was found to be carrying P70,000 worth of drugs at a police checkpoint in Quezon City.
Later, Megan, James' wife, confronts an uneasy Roo and begs her to confront the reality of the situation.