biddability


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biddability

(ˌbɪdəˈbɪlətɪ)
n
the condition or quality of being biddable
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Biddability, Wentick later explained, was the main reason for Louie's prompt response to the whistle signal to turn around and come in.
In addition to these differences between the boys--one innately criminal and unteachable, the other naturally endowed with a moral sense and able to benefit from the "Advantages of a sober and well govern'd Education"--there is another element crucial to Defoe's representation of the young thief as a likeable lad, and that is his biddability.
If the pup comes to me and actively seeks and maintains contact, this is indicative of a pup that should receive high marks in biddability and trainability.
DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES: The City of Virginia Beach is soliciting statements of interest and qualifications from interested firms to provide Construction Administration, and Inspection Services including, but not limited to; construction administration; project management; construction management; construction inspection; quality control and quality assurance; material sampling, testing and certifications; surveying; utility designation and location; constructability reviews; biddability reviews; value engineering; construction schedule and critical path method (CPM) reviews; delay claims analysis; cost estimating; construction document review; payment review and processing (to include all applicable documentation).
Initially committed to presenting a vision of the social, both pre- and post-election he has lapsed into the sort of pathetic biddability that characterised both the Beazley and Crean leaderships.