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Grasses and trees have life but do not have perceptivity.
Your social perceptivity seems underdeveloped, for which the amnesia may be to blame.
Teams are encouraged to use subtle signals, putting emphasis on concentration and perceptivity.
Art opens one's sense to the perceptivity of another - a transformative experience that touches the soul.
"As for this child," he went on, "she shows perhaps a greater perceptivity than you think, for I am a robot.
All that remained to be assessed were human values: emotion, reaction, quality of judgment, perceptivity of thought.
That doesn't require anything but logical perceptivity.
It wasn't his mind that had gone flyblown; it was his perceptivity and initiative.
Mr. McAllister looked surprised, then beamed at my perceptivity.
The best artists have predated society's changes due not to any prescIence, but because sensitive perceptivity is part of their 'talent' of seeing.
There was no way to tell if it were an actual perceptivity fluction or merely just a momentary squiggle of residual instrument noise.
Insight, discernment, perceptivity, deep knowledge.
Fowl and beasts have perceptivity but do not have yi (sense of right and wrong, duty, justice).
Injections to dull physical perceptivity, to increase emotional dependence, and to reduce physical and, most important, emotional/sexual growth.
Once the language barrier of Middle English is overcome, Chaucer's perceptivity bridges the centuries, illustrating how people and their foibles have changed but little.
The era is marked by such profound technical advancements like linear perceptivity, patent law, double shell domes or Bastion fortresses.
Man, being a terrestrial beast of rather rigid perceptivity, is limited in his ability to conceive of alien beings except in terrestrial terms.
For Mr. Greenfield-Sanders, whose portraits have been marked by their dignity as well as their perceptivity, this is decidedly a change of pace.
"I am attempting to speak of a thing which will disturb you as well," I said with a faint smile for his usual perceptivity, looking into his pretty blue eyes.
Mr. Gardner has mined British records for this period more fully than any other scholar, and he has analyzed them and pertinent declassified United States documents with a refreshing perceptivity.
Except, as Nej surmised from many years of underworld rumor, they had evidently lacked sufficient perceptivity to prevent their albino foundling from engineering their deaths and commandeering their various criminal enterprises.
(Witness, gentle readers: the desiccated ego of The Author, suddenly pumped full of self-esteem and jubilation, merely refractions of adoration at the perceptivity and swellness of a bright, quick lady saying, "You're fine."
There had never been any question in his mind, nor in the minds of the others, that the Englishman was better equipped by knowledge and experience of the jungle, acute sense perceptivity, and physical prowess to guide and protect them than were any of the others.
Extension, Solidity, Mobility, or the power of being moved; which by our senses we receive from body: Perceptivity, or the power of perception, or thinking; Motivity, or the power of moving: which by reflection we receive from our minds.
The Japanese team, experts on the extra sensory Node, center of TP perceptivity, insisted that the Node was in curcuit with the Optic Nerve (it wasn't within two millimeters of same) and besieged Dr. Jordan with polite hissings and specious proofs.