He was only responsive to his Western allies, especially the United States.
In 2008, 324 bundlers raised at least $100,000 apiece for Obama, according to the Center for responsive Politics.
In 2008, Democrats scored 67 percent of hedge fund donations, according to the Center for responsive Politics.
In the first term he strived to be somewhat present and responsive to the different communities in the city.
Bigness is the bane of any creative or responsive activity, and publishing is no exception.
They were quiet and yet responsive; he was their master and owner.
It revealed surely a tender heart, one responsive to a pure love.
Several minutes passed thus; then, raising his face, and observing her responsive sorrow, he felt the need of explanation.
A new and excited note had come into his voice, responsive to her own.
"Sure I won't," she answered with responsive gaiety, but reiteration of intention.
early 15c., "making answer," from Middle French responsif and directly from Late Latin responsivus "answering," from Latin respons-, past participle stem of respondere (see respond). Meaning "responding to influence or action" is from 1762. Related: Responsively; responsiveness.