readily accessible

readily accessible

Providing direct access (e.g., to piping, wiring, air-conditioning controls, etc.) without requiring the removal or movement of a panel or similar obstruction.
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"I guess I'll be wanted," the pawnbroker observed, as he jerked open his shirt, tearing out the four buttons in his impetuousness and showing a Colt's .44 automatic, strapped in its holster against the bare skin of his side under his left arm, the butt of the weapon most readily accessible to any hasty dip of his right hand.
Everything was readily accessible. Shelf, bracket, locker, hook, and drawer were equally within reach, and were equally contrived with a view to avoiding waste of room, and providing some snug inches of stowage for something that would have exactly fitted nowhere else.
All you need are some time and effort and a few readily accessible materials.
A color touchscreen display provides intuitive operation, with icon-driven menus and readily accessible applications and functions.
Readily accessible to the Florida Turnpike and other major roads.
The platform securely stores payment and shipping information, which is readily accessible when a consumer checks out using the Buy with MasterPass button and logs into their account."
Navi Mumbai, India, April 01, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Market Reports on India presents the report on "Coffee Market in India to 2019 - Market Size, Development, and Forecasts" other people looking for key industry data in readily accessible and clearly presented tables and graphs.
Vice president of mobile for Alpha Software, Bob Moore, says that it's a relatively simple endeavor to combine application development and management processes, as Apperian makes its application programming interfaces (APIs) readily accessible.
The magnetized cap ensures the wand is always readily accessible.
A great added feature is that it makes your knife readily accessible even if you've removed the pocket clip entirely.
Amongst these achievements is the provision of all customs services via mobile phones, in accordance with the integrated vision of the UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and the implementation of the objectives set by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed for the Smart Government, described as: "A successful government is one that is readily accessible to the people and does not burden the user.
Information was not readily accessible and was not well co-ordinated at a national level, the Association of Electoral Administrators (AEA) found.