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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.associable - capable of being associated; "words associable with politics"
associative, associatory - characterized by or causing or resulting from the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination ; "associative learning"
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After examining Warring States discussions of the farming economy, and how Shang Yang's agricultural reforms in Qin have been misunderstood, Sterckx then dwells on the personal features highlighted by texts such as the Shangjunshu that make farmers desirable as subjects: farming fosters "diligence" and an "unquestioning mind," and "is also linked to a propensity for domesticity, registration, and socioeconomic fixity," the latter attributes not generally associable with merchants.
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Notwithstanding, the tide of contemporary far-right stands nowhere to dominance, giving its marginal and peripheral status; whatever achievement associable to the far-right parties is rather fundamentally due to pluralism and democratic liberalization or what Golder refers to as Demand and Supply Side Explanation (DSSE).
The absence of a conditioned response in women may be because these CSs were not as easily associable to typical sexual cues, and thus do not facilitate genital preparation.
Interestingly, it is "the spirit" rather than "his spirit" that gives the order, which in this context seems associable with "the Holy Spirit."
Our study demonstrated that, although there is an association between the risks of a positive TST or IGRA with a working exposure, this risk was not associable with working in high-risk areas; as previously described, some authors found an association with working in wards, as emergency department, where undiagnosed patients are seen [24].
Tactical cosmopolitanism and other ways of reaching out to others that are associable with forming new common grounds are bound-up with notions of fluidity and movement that express the measure to which people use freedom to cross time, space and social distances to altruistically gift others with ethical recognition.
The sun was considered the 'planet' associable with the heart.
And might the John Palgrave, one-time owner of the LoC copy of the 1575 Cantiones, be associable with the Augustin and Margaret Pagrave [sic] whose names appear in a British Library copy of the same publication (K.3.f.9) ?
The artist conceived as the singular who joins the confounded, is associable to Baudelaire's definition of the artistic creature, who finds itself in the floating crowd, in the fugitive instant.

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