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  • At that point, they can respond to their environment and start to develop a mind of their own.
  • By the terms of its nature it can respond to us only as we recognize it. Cited from The Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science, by Thomas Troward
  • These plants can respond to changes in demand rapidly, but have higher operating costs.
  • Such a host can respond to events, start and stop packages, and so on.
  • This allows the viewing public to ask questions, which he can respond to live.
  • The staff can respond to many different types of emergency calls using many different types of apparatus.
  • As we have seen, the body as a whole can respond to just one stimulus at a time. Cited from Outwitting Our Nerves, by Josephine A. Jackson and Helen M. Salisbury
  • If it can respond to this test, it will, as nearly as possible, be sound, safe, and stable. Cited from Life of Rutherford B. Hayes, by James Quay Howard
  • He wanted to figure out if people can respond to figurative speech with the same speed as literal speech.
  • This scheme can fail if the input changes faster than the system can respond to it.
  • Being closer to the ground, they can respond to an emergency before the arrival of the emergency authorities.
  • The unit can respond to situations outside of the city, and offer provincial, national, as well as international assistance.
  • Those societies that can respond to change quickly and successfully have a high adaptive capacity.
  • On the other hand, humans are the only subjects who can respond to complex verbal instructions.
  • Therefore they can respond to sudden spikes in demand more quickly and efficiently.
  • They can respond to calls other places in the county at the request of the JCSO.
  • Like most breeds the rabbit can respond to its own name and even be litter box trained.
  • Anger is an emotion the person feeling it can respond to.
  • Retained personnel can respond to base within 30 minutes of being required for multiple incident deployment.
  • You can respond to such an aspiration: you, too, must yearn for a pure and free life. Cited from The Irrational Knot, by George Bernard Shaw
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