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  • 741 personas con problemas de lectura de la letra impresa

    Ex. There is a proposal to set up a volunteer reading centre in the library providing access to print disabled people.
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    Ex: There is a proposal to set up a volunteer reading centre in the library providing access to print disabled people.

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  • 742 personas con problemas de vista, las

    (n.) = visually impaired, the, visually disabled, the, visually handicapped, the, visually impaired people (VIPs), visually challenged, the
    Ex. Tactile material embraces materials with raised symbols and/or differently textured surfaces that are intended for use by the visually impaired.
    Ex. The Stockholm Public Library provides library services to hospitals, the elderly, the deaf, the visually disabled, alcoholics, drug addicts, and prisoners.
    Ex. This article discusses services offered by the library to the mentally and physically handicapped, to aphasic and dyslectic users, to visually handicapped university students and provision of talking books in foreign languages.
    Ex. This article describes the use of adaptive technologies for visually impaired people in libraries.
    Ex. Nowadays, many of the visually challenged are being absorbed in the work force and in industries, because of their abilities, reliability and sincerity.

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  • 743 personas con problemas mentales

    Ex. The author discusses library security in the 1980s which include guidelines for dealing with disturbed people and fortifications such as iron bars, guard dogs and a detection system.
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    Ex: The author discusses library security in the 1980s which include guidelines for dealing with disturbed people and fortifications such as iron bars, guard dogs and a detection system.

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  • 744 plagado de problemas

    (adj.) = plagued with problems, problem-wracked [problem-racked]
    Ex. Even Plantin, who was a shrewd man, was constantly plagued with problems resulting from excessive borrowing.
    Ex. These complementary organizations enjoy friendly working relations in today's problem-wracked society.
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    (adj.) = plagued with problems, problem-wracked [problem-racked]

    Ex: Even Plantin, who was a shrewd man, was constantly plagued with problems resulting from excessive borrowing.

    Ex: These complementary organizations enjoy friendly working relations in today's problem-wracked society.

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  • 745 plagar de problemas

    (v.) = bedevil
    Ex. The article has the title 'Piracy, crooked printers, inflation bedevil Russian publishing'.
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    (v.) = bedevil

    Ex: The article has the title 'Piracy, crooked printers, inflation bedevil Russian publishing'.

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  • 746 poco económico

    (adj.) = uneconomical
    Ex. If you pause to think of all the form concepts you will soon realize that this policy would result in a massive and uneconomical number of rather unhelpful index entries.
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    (adj.) = uneconomical

    Ex: If you pause to think of all the form concepts you will soon realize that this policy would result in a massive and uneconomical number of rather unhelpful index entries.

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  • 747 poder económico

    Ex. Large Japanese firms have the economic leverage to buy US data base producers.
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    Ex: Large Japanese firms have the economic leverage to buy US data base producers.

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  • 748 político-económico

    Ex. This article discusses the consequences of politico-economic change during the last decade and the impact of new technology on the library.
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    Ex: This article discusses the consequences of politico-economic change during the last decade and the impact of new technology on the library.

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  • 749 poner en orden

    (v.) = tidy up, put in + order, clear up
    Ex. Government agencies have taken the trouble to create a standard format for their publications and generally tidy up their presentation until in physical appearance their reports look like a collection of pamphlets or paperbound books.
    Ex. The archives of Magdalen College were put in order and abstracts prepared in the 15th century.
    Ex. What they will not do is clear up the foggy area in most cataloguers' minds, the area that leads to an inconsistent application of half-understood principles'.
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    (v.) = tidy up, put in + order, clear up

    Ex: Government agencies have taken the trouble to create a standard format for their publications and generally tidy up their presentation until in physical appearance their reports look like a collection of pamphlets or paperbound books.

    Ex: The archives of Magdalen College were put in order and abstracts prepared in the 15th century.
    Ex: What they will not do is clear up the foggy area in most cataloguers' minds, the area that leads to an inconsistent application of half-understood principles'.

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  • 750 poner orden

    (v.) = bring + order, tidying (up), create + order, clear out, clear up
    Ex. What he did do was bring order into a previously haphazard process.
    Ex. Curiously, though, in writing about what they thought bookselling actually entailed the task most mentioned was dusting and tidying, followed by helping people and then knowing the stock.
    Ex. The information rich are similarly paralyzed because of their inability to create order from all the information washing over them.
    Ex. Pockets of resistance still remain in Fallujah, but the vast majority of insurgents have been cleared out.
    Ex. What they will not do is clear up the foggy area in most cataloguers' minds, the area that leads to an inconsistent application of half-understood principles'.
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    (v.) = bring + order, tidying (up), create + order, clear out, clear up

    Ex: What he did do was bring order into a previously haphazard process.

    Ex: Curiously, though, in writing about what they thought bookselling actually entailed the task most mentioned was dusting and tidying, followed by helping people and then knowing the stock.
    Ex: The information rich are similarly paralyzed because of their inability to create order from all the information washing over them.
    Ex: Pockets of resistance still remain in Fallujah, but the vast majority of insurgents have been cleared out.
    Ex: What they will not do is clear up the foggy area in most cataloguers' minds, the area that leads to an inconsistent application of half-understood principles'.

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  • 751 poner orden en el caos

    (v.) = create + order out of chaos, create + order out of chaos
    Ex. Different responsibilities will be thrust upon librarians as their work becomes an increasingly vital complement to academic work, in particular assisting academics and students alike in creating order out of the chaos that is the Internet.
    Ex. Different responsibilities will be thrust upon librarians as their work becomes an increasingly vital complement to academic work, in particular assisting academics and students alike in creating order out of the chaos that is the Internet.
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    (v.) = create + order out of chaos, create + order out of chaos

    Ex: Different responsibilities will be thrust upon librarians as their work becomes an increasingly vital complement to academic work, in particular assisting academics and students alike in creating order out of the chaos that is the Internet.

    Ex: Different responsibilities will be thrust upon librarians as their work becomes an increasingly vital complement to academic work, in particular assisting academics and students alike in creating order out of the chaos that is the Internet.

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  • 752 por orden de llegada

    Ex. Due to differing publication times in the various countries it is impossible to maintain a common update period and the documents on any disc are included on a first come first served basis.
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    Ex: Due to differing publication times in the various countries it is impossible to maintain a common update period and the documents on any disc are included on a first come first served basis.

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  • 753 por orden del congreso

    Ex. Two peer-reviewed journals, begun in 1940 and 1959, are supplemented by a congressionally mandated International Cancer Research Data Bank established in 1972.
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    Ex: Two peer-reviewed journals, begun in 1940 and 1959, are supplemented by a congressionally mandated International Cancer Research Data Bank established in 1972.

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  • 754 por orden numérico

    Ex. A set of government publications could be filed alphabetically by the issuing bureau, and then by title of the particular series in numerical order.
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    Ex: A set of government publications could be filed alphabetically by the issuing bureau, and then by title of the particular series in numerical order.

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  • 755 presentar problemas

    (v.) = present + problems
    Ex. This type of subject approach is reasonably successful in the German language but presents problems in the English language.
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    (v.) = present + problems

    Ex: This type of subject approach is reasonably successful in the German language but presents problems in the English language.

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  • 756 problema económico

    (n.) = economic problem, financial problem
    Ex. The country's severe economic problems have cast a shadow over the book trade, yet its vigour and diversity are astonishing.
    Ex. When loss of physical and mental rigor is accompanied by financial problems, the retiree may reject himself and fall victim to the con man and shyster.
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    (n.) = economic problem, financial problem

    Ex: The country's severe economic problems have cast a shadow over the book trade, yet its vigour and diversity are astonishing.

    Ex: When loss of physical and mental rigor is accompanied by financial problems, the retiree may reject himself and fall victim to the con man and shyster.

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  • 757 problemas

    m.pl.
    problems, trouble, hot water.
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    = trouble, crisis [crises, -pl.], problem areas, trials and tribulations, trouble at mill
    Ex. ' Trouble slithering underfoot in the Garden of Eden?', the librarian shook his head sheepishly.
    Ex. An I&R service may involve itself in providing 'hotlines', that is emergency help during times of crises or when other services close down, eg evenings, weekends or public holidays.
    Ex. Many problem areas still exist, however, in inadequate book stock, staffing, training and buildings.
    Ex. The author examines the trials and tribulations that went into the making of Merit Network, Inc., Michigan's pioneering Internet provider.
    Ex. Yes, I know it's late, but there has been ' trouble at mill' -- the wolves have been at the doors, and the natives are nervous.
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    = trouble, crisis [crises, -pl.], problem areas, trials and tribulations, trouble at mill

    Ex: ' Trouble slithering underfoot in the Garden of Eden?', the librarian shook his head sheepishly.

    Ex: An I&R service may involve itself in providing 'hotlines', that is emergency help during times of crises or when other services close down, eg evenings, weekends or public holidays.
    Ex: Many problem areas still exist, however, in inadequate book stock, staffing, training and buildings.
    Ex: The author examines the trials and tribulations that went into the making of Merit Network, Inc., Michigan's pioneering Internet provider.
    Ex: Yes, I know it's late, but there has been ' trouble at mill' -- the wolves have been at the doors, and the natives are nervous.

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  • 758 problemas + girar en torno a

    (n.) = problems + turn on, problems + revolve around
    Ex. Not unlike several other institutions of higher education today, private universities find themselves beset with an array of problems, most of which turn on two closely linked axes: student enrollment is declining and costs are rising.
    Ex. Many of the problems in children's reading, and much of the controversy over what should be stocked in children's libraries, revolve around the matter of choosing 'suitable' books for children of all ages.
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    (n.) = problems + turn on, problems + revolve around

    Ex: Not unlike several other institutions of higher education today, private universities find themselves beset with an array of problems, most of which turn on two closely linked axes: student enrollment is declining and costs are rising.

    Ex: Many of the problems in children's reading, and much of the controversy over what should be stocked in children's libraries, revolve around the matter of choosing 'suitable' books for children of all ages.

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  • 759 problemas auditivos

    (n.) = impaired hearing, hearing impairment, hearing disability
    Ex. Swedish Radio has conducted a trial of its teletext service, Extratext, by allocating teletext receivers to people with impaired hearing.
    Ex. This article provides sources that will enable readers to find other publications that deal with deafness and hearing impairment.
    Ex. This article describes a project to exploit new technologies to improve information services for those with hearing disabilities.
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    (n.) = impaired hearing, hearing impairment, hearing disability

    Ex: Swedish Radio has conducted a trial of its teletext service, Extratext, by allocating teletext receivers to people with impaired hearing.

    Ex: This article provides sources that will enable readers to find other publications that deal with deafness and hearing impairment.
    Ex: This article describes a project to exploit new technologies to improve information services for those with hearing disabilities.

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  • 760 problemas cada vez mayores

    Ex. Wouldn't it be great if he could fix his mounting problems by simply making a wish?.
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    Ex: Wouldn't it be great if he could fix his mounting problems by simply making a wish?.

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