Or at least he would be receptive to those arguments if someone made them to him during a hearing.
But interviews by the Los Angeles Times indicate that many voters were less than receptive to him.
It remains the receptive petri dish to any and all sorts of colonies of humanity that finally managed to find one another.
And as luck would have it, a warm and receptive audience showed up that night.
“I think people are receptive to change, and the media has played an important role,” Mohseni told me.
Its existence in us dignifies us and makes simple, purposeful, and receptive living almost inevitable.
His manner was anything but receptive so far as excuses were concerned.
He had spent the four most recent and most receptive years of his life in an atmosphere in which religion had no existence.
It is a phase of the life of the school, both in its active and its receptive states.
About horror and pain making you receptive to whatever it was.