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“We thought that you and your readers may be interested in knowing that the Ontario Hospital Association recently launched a website called myhospitalcare. ca to help the general public access easy-to-understand hospital performance information.”
“He even ran rapidimmigration. com with easy-to-understand advice for illegal immigrants seeking amnesty.”
“Everybody doesn't like or "get" history, so we're trying to present it in an easy-to-understand format that anyone, no matter what the age, can grasp.”
“That is why we are thrilled to be launching a series of short animations, narrated by the British actor Damian Lewis, which set out these ideas in an easy-to-understand and accessible way.”
“Today's settlement requires Verizon Wireless to make meaningful business reforms, prevent future overcharges, and provide consumers clear, easy-to-understand information about their choices," said Michele Ellison, chief of the FCC's enforcement bureau.”
“With a clean design aesthetic and innovative, easy-to-understand, user-friendly technology as its calling card, Apple is more than a purveyor of portable music players and laptops, it's a lifestyle brand we can no longer imagine life without.”
“Parents and teachers should consider adopting and imparting easy-to-understand lessons that have emerged from the media literacy movement to raise awareness of the impact that media and media images have on children.”
“When I was at Yale, the Osservanza Master and Sasseta opened the door to painting narratives in a simple and easy-to-understand fashion.”
“So the disclosure was there in reasonably easy-to-understand language, but it was in mouseprint on a place on the invoice the library was unlikely to read.”
“The president said the agency would also have the power to mandate easy-to-understand paperwork, and eliminate "ridiculous contracts – pages of fine print that no one can figure out.”
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