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I would like to thank the following persons for sending usefull information/bug reports. (in no particular order):

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IFReviews Dictionary

Aptness
- Fitness; suitableness; appropriateness; as, the aptness of things to their end.
- Disposition of the mind; propensity; as, the aptness of men to follow example.
- Quickness of apprehension; readiness in learning; docility; as, an aptness to learn is more observable in some children than in others.
- Proneness; tendency; as, the aptness of iron to rust.


G7056

    Author
    Mike Firoved

    Idiom
    English

    Authoring System
    Adrift

    Release Year
    2003