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as·so·ci·a·ble

 (ə-sō′sē-ə-bəl, -shē-ə-bəl, -shə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being associated: words associable with politics.

as·so′ci·a·bil′i·ty, as·so′ci·a·ble·ness n.

associability

(əˌsəʊʃəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the condition of or the capacity to be associable or linked or related in thinking
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.associability - the capability of being easily associated or joined or connected in thought
capability, capableness - the quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally; "he worked to the limits of his capability"
Translations
associabilité
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For both groups, the relational dimension was linked to the following innovation enablers, goal alignment, associability, the concern of collective, collective action innovation flow, cooperation, knowledge enhancement, control mechanism, flexibility, a creative environment, and risk taking.
In terms of most indicators (income inequality, employment security, union strength), labour power has been substantially reduced while on the other hand business associability was not engaged by policy makers in attempts to reach a degree of coordinated adaptation.
The fact that the delay gradients were very marked for magazine entries in the present study, and steeper than those for licking, is in line with a theory of reinforcement that assumes different rates of memorial decay for different response classes--different temporal gradients of associability for different behaviors (Killeen & Pellon, 2013).
Requiring content to be structured and semantically tagged means it becomes more discoverable, and also develops powerful associability. This means it can be resurfaced where it's most relevant, or linked to other pre-existing datasets to create brand new content services.
Most of the polling stations were well lit lighting is one of the significant conditions of associability criteria and 93 per cent of the polling stations had lighting arrangements on their gates.
They suspected that the qualitative similarity between the CS and US could enhance associability (Hoffmann et al., 2004; Mineka & Ohman, 2002).
(eds.), Collective Action in the European Union: Interests and the New Politics of Associability, London: Routledge, 1998, pp.
As the author rightly argues, "the question is not, however, whether Latin America will now revert to full-scale authoritarianism (although several of the economically poorest and weakly institutionalized countries might), but whether it can blend, fuse, and engage the contradictory currents of democracy and the desire for strong, effective government; free associability and the control, co-optation, and corporatization of socioeconomic group life that swirl within each of the countries" (pp.
There, Japan sees a more economic frontier and political associability with much less historical controversy.

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