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Understandability

The articulation of financial terms in words whose meanings can be understood by a layperson.
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If another constituent of the coalition, the Congress Party desires more consultations that's perfectly understandable.
It is an understandable response to Paddico's aggressive stance of fencing the land off even before permission for leave to appeal the village green status is denied.
Any written contract between a MEMBER and a client shall be in clear and understandable terms, and shall set forth the specific terms agreed upon between the parties, including a general description of the services to be provided by and the responsibilities of the MEMBER.
Of course, Schmidt could not then have fully envisioned today's Internet, so it's understandable that many saw his claim as far-fetched.
Equally understandable is the Hopkins' belief that, in this instance, the situation could have been handled more delicately and that the public impression was created that they were somehow to blame for Jenna's death.
The Liverpool skipper said: "The stick of the fans is understandable.
Compact, comprehensive, "user friendly", and providing a narrative history along with a complete cartographic display of the famed American Civil War battle of Gettysburg, this 103-pages (plus an additional page offering author biographical synopses) battlefield atlas is a superb supplement for students of the battle rendering the events of the engagement both vividly depicted and comprehensibly understandable.
103 specifies they should document their work in such a way that it is understandable to experienced auditors not previously involved in the audit.
The most understandable movement Katie could make would involve a banner and a scud to her beloved's napper.
MPD is explained, using understandable terminology and examples.
By then, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was suggesting that the white man had deliberately blown up the levees to destroy New Orleans' black neighborhoods, and two Air America hosts appearing on MSNBC'S The Situation, Chuck D and Rachel Maddow, would not repudiate his charge but merely danced around the issue, suggesting that under these awful circumstances some racial paranoia was justified or at least understandable.
The authors are both professional chemists as well as educators, and here provide easy illustrations of basic chemistry using everyday experience as the foundation for understandable examples.