чувствительный; очень нежный; обидчивый; впечатлительный; восприимчивый; чуткий; легко поддающийся раздражению; прецизионный; деликатный; щекотливый; точный
- It is highly probable that many public library users do not make known unsatisfied demand, and any system which leans heavily on the use of existing stock as a barometer (as McClellan's does) is bound to be sensitive to this criticism.
- High rainfall, coniferous vegetation, steep slopes, and coarse, sandy, free-drained, shallow soil with few chemical bases (e.g. calcium, magnesium) and a low capacity to adsorb sulphate all make soils more sensitive to acid and give a low critical load.
- "This makes the church sensitive to the needs of those areas and that section of the population which has not benefited from the last 10 years of Conservative government," he says, claiming that there is "no automatic connection between wealth creation and a happy society".
- Within a few hours he cancelled on the grounds that the subject was "too sensitive" - some twelve years after the amalgamation of his library had taken place.
- The court hearing, which lasted 23 minutes and took place in chambers, was told by Edwards that a report prepared by Knighton's accountants - believed to show confidential details about players' salaries and contracts, as well as other sensitive financial information - had "come into the possession of at least one outsider".
- In the first instance she arranges the marriage of Elgiva to the sensitive and naive king.
- While a few policemen tried to the bitter end to avoid conversation with the field-worker, sufficient rapport was established over time for the majority to talk quite openly to her about what are highly sensitive and controversial topics in a Northern Ireland context.
- Ethnographic research has special qualities suited to dealing with controversial topics in sensitive locations, for it entails a gradual and progressive contact with respondents, which is sustained over a long period, allowing a rapport to be established slowly with respondents over time, and for researchers to participate in the full range of experiences involved in the topic.
- However, it must be borne in mind that work from the non-diabetic population has suggested that only between 30 and 50 per cent of patients are sodium sensitive (Kawasaki et al, 1978).
- The constables were keen to display to the field-worker that they knew the appropriate law to apply and that the law gave formal justification to their decisions, but there were a variety of other factors which facilitated this sensitive interpretation of the law.
- Here, in the same volume, is both a sensitive and exhaustive life story, and a balanced, detailed and somewhat formal presentation of hard science.
- For successful work in rural areas, the tutor had to be sensitive to, and well-informed about, both the locality and its people so that a genuine rapport emerged as a basis for mutual confidence and support.
- Some individuals are far more sensitive than others and should not consume caffeine at all.