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“Can there even be a Conservative with a heart so black and flinty that he or she would oppose a program to improve the quality and accessiblity of American community colleges?”
“As with disability law and accessiblity on the web, so too with fair use and the rights of bloggers: very little is set into legal precedent yet in the current world.”
“Yes, the accessiblity was annoying but as I had seen it 20-50 helped but it did make a sort of 'them' and 'me' experience which is annoying, particularly for someone with issues people will leave her.”
“But, as was mentioned earlier, Bakker's highlighting of immersion generated by worldbuilding as properly fantasy-specific (in contrast to accessiblity and conventionality) raises an issue.”
“Then the question becomes one of accessiblity and how far should we 'dumb things down'.”
“It's easier to understand accessiblity when it's about ramps and curbs, about the height of a counter and bars in a toilet.”
“Thanks to this SMS, and to the relative nearness and accessiblity of the venue, I attended the Buklat Bulilit Children's Book Festival last August 1, 2009, at Trinoma, sponsored by, among others, the PBBY and the NBDB.”
“The irony, Linda was inside reading a 4 page article that I was interviewed for on "accessiblity in Victoria" - and there are pics of me - the paper was available outside the store so maybe next time people would go - "Look mummy, it's the crippled lady from the pictures!”
“The availability of the UK censuses (1841-1901) and the BMD indexes online and greater accessiblity of 4-500 year old parish registers during the past few years has resulted in a huge boom in family historians and resultant tourism.”
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