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

easy

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(computer science)
A name for the hexadecimal digit whose decimal equivalent is 14.
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The proposal includes offering two days for women because we have received complaints from some females saying they feel uneasy and uncomfortable in the park when it is filled with men," said councillor Abdullatif Mohammed.
It made me feel uneasy, not just because of what his appointment as director of football means for Newcastle United and their supporters.
I'm sure they (Liverpool) would have been uneasy about it, we were uneasy about it, and it's probably not the best idea.
The Big Uneasy Playing at IFC Center in New York and Laemmle Sunset 5 in Los Angeles through September 30
As a War Office pensioner, I'm uneasy how genuine he really is.
Malmstrom said that they were uneasy that this development would spread in other European countries, too.
Uneasy Balance: Civil-Military Relations in Peacetime America since 1783 by Thomas S.
Any interested in exciting, complex murder mysteries--and libraries catering to them--will love UNEASY RELATIONS.
Undead and Wed" takes place after the events of Undead and Uneasy where Betsy, the Vampire Queen marries her "vain" (sic) squeeze, Sinclair.
US-KUWAITI RELATIONS, 1961-1992 AN UNEASY RELATIONSHIP By Chookiat Panaspornprasit published by Routledge ISBN 0 714 656283 price 65.
As a highly respected churchman, the Arch must fight his Church's corner, of course, but I feel uneasy when Catholics and gays are mentioned in the same breath.
Riding the Blue Train offers an uneasy mix of pragmatic company case studies and fanciful concepts that never quite delivers on its promise.