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easy

mod. easy to please; flexible. Don’t worry about me. I’m easy.
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Moreover, for the EG pupils the choice of effort as the first cause is closely followed by easiness of task (M = 6.
energy supply system - the 101-st against the former 143-rd; on protection of investments - the 25th against 98th; on easiness of tax
Allah says: "Allah wishes easiness for you, and does not intend to have restrictions on you.
Observers contacted by Sudan Tribune agree that operation started and ended with an exceptional easiness.
While season ticket holders will benefit from quicker access and the easiness of purchasing home cup tickets, the club will be less likely to suffer from fraud as the cards cannot be copied, while fans who have been banned will not be able to gain access.
In addition, students assign a 1-5 rating for easiness of professors' courses and have the opportunity to award a chili pepper icon if they think the professor is 'hot.
For about three minutes, the peaceful easiness through the still air is a miraculous feeling, like we're on some kind of cable wire suspended above.
There was, instead, an easiness with it all, an understanding that in the matter of people and plants, not much could--or should--be done to rush things.
In the more self-reflective poems from the collection, I ponder what weighs in my heart--my homesickness, the easiness of nostalgia from a distance, and the need for honesty.
In fact, amid all the heavy going, a certain casual easiness dominates "Small Step," as if Sahar were directing the film himself.
Fors likes the stability that this control adds and cites the easiness of the machine startups and grade changes.
Brothers and sisters seem to have enjoyed a particularly free letter-writing relationship, suggesting an emotional easiness and welcome vulnerability not ofte n found within, say, marital couples.
Students search a database by state to find their school, submit their teachers and grade them according to three criteria: easiness, helpfulness and clarity.
The easiness is a serious design flaw, as children would have been awarded a D with a 70% score, and it is difficult to justify failing a student who has answered so many items correctly.