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communicable

(of a disease or its causative agent) capable of being passed on readily
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Some attributes were mentioned fairly often: relative advantage (positive), 58%; compatibility culture (positive), 16%; compatibility strategy (positive), 35%; and compatibility technology (positive), 37%; both low (22%) and high (15%) complexity; communicability (positive), 16%; uncertainty financial (high), 10%; and policy/legal (high), 12%.
What we see is that using the Stimmung metaphor to refer to 'interior' relations entail massive difficulties for the objective determination and communicability of the condition to which the metaphor refers.
In striving towards "universal communicability" in the judgment of beautiful, there is no set of principles to subsume ones aesthetic judgment for universal validity.
In network analysis, the quantity exp(A)b determines the total communicability, which serves as a global measure of how well the nodes in a graph can exchange information.
Maximum communicability occurs from onset of prodromal phase through the first 3-4 days of rash, he added.
The items were sequenced and refined to enhance their communicability. It contained open and close ended questions.
Its incubation period is two to five days or may be longer and its period of communicability can last for 2 to 3 weeks but can be shortened in patients with antibiotic treatment.
It also reduces the power consumption by the bulb, while maintaining the same communicability. Connected with an Android or iOS smartphone, the Reos Lite can be controlled remotely within a range of 15 meters.
Communicability: the ease with which information can be disseminated to change is another fundamental feature.
Reformulating the liberal public --private dichotomy as a hierarchy of communicability or "putting in common", the regimes of engagement framework distinguishes three ways in which action is coordinated and assessed: a regime of public justification, a regime of planned action, and a regime of familiarity.
I believe that theoretical concepts such as communicability (Briggs 2007a; 2007b) and repetition (Deleuze 1968/2004) may provide a step forward in the understanding of how the dialectical transaction between discursive and metadiscursive features of communication may rearrange durable constructions.
Packaging printing offers wide range of benefits such as enhanced aesthetic appeal, better communicability, and protection from counterfeit.