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  • 821 como cooperativa

    Ex. The staff has gone through an evolutionary change from a hierarchically organised professional staff of 6 with faculty status to a collegially organised professional staff of 7 with the status of librarian.
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    Ex: The staff has gone through an evolutionary change from a hierarchically organised professional staff of 6 with faculty status to a collegially organised professional staff of 7 with the status of librarian.

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  • 822 como corresponde

    adv.
    correspondingly, accordingly.
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    Ex. 1982 has been designated, fittingly, the Year of Information Technology -- a recognition that we are now living in an information society.
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    Ex: 1982 has been designated, fittingly, the Year of Information Technology -- a recognition that we are now living in an information society.

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  • 823 como corresponde a

    Ex. On the third hand, as befits robots, we have on-going work on the appropriate use of 'intelligent' machines in relation to the human work-force they are supposed to replace.
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    Ex: On the third hand, as befits robots, we have on-going work on the appropriate use of 'intelligent' machines in relation to the human work-force they are supposed to replace.

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  • 824 como cuando + Indicativo

    = as in + Gerundio
    Ex. At first, as in playing the violin or riding a bike, the storyteller or reader is so busy concentrating on the mechanics of the business that he has no time think about his effect on other people.
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    = as in + Gerundio

    Ex: At first, as in playing the violin or riding a bike, the storyteller or reader is so busy concentrating on the mechanics of the business that he has no time think about his effect on other people.

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  • 825 como dice el dicho

    = as the saying goes, so the saying goes
    Ex. The play is damned by the critics but packs in the crowds and the producers may be upset by the adverse criticisms but they can, as the saying goes, cry all the way to the bank.
    Ex. Behind every good man, so the saying goes, is a good woman, and behind every maniac, is a good woman losing her sanity!.
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    = as the saying goes, so the saying goes

    Ex: The play is damned by the critics but packs in the crowds and the producers may be upset by the adverse criticisms but they can, as the saying goes, cry all the way to the bank.

    Ex: Behind every good man, so the saying goes, is a good woman, and behind every maniac, is a good woman losing her sanity!.

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  • 826 como diferente a

    Ex. In the author approach there is a clear emphasis on document retrieval as distinct from information retrieval.
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    Ex: In the author approach there is a clear emphasis on document retrieval as distinct from information retrieval.

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  • 827 como ejemplo

    = as an example, by way of illustration
    Ex. As an example, if you have typed 'DDOBIS/Leuven', you can correct the spelling by positioning the cursor under one of the 'D's' and pressing the delete key.
    Ex. The author discusses the use of puppets to complement storytelling sessions in libraries using a well-known fairy tale by way of illustration.
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    = as an example, by way of illustration

    Ex: As an example, if you have typed 'DDOBIS/Leuven', you can correct the spelling by positioning the cursor under one of the 'D's' and pressing the delete key.

    Ex: The author discusses the use of puppets to complement storytelling sessions in libraries using a well-known fairy tale by way of illustration.

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  • 828 como el cuero

    (adj.) = leathery
    Ex. Since then the sands of time have taken their toll, making my face all leathery, wizening my gaze.
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    (adj.) = leathery

    Ex: Since then the sands of time have taken their toll, making my face all leathery, wizening my gaze.

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  • 829 como el desierto

    (adj.) = desert-like
    Ex. Desertification is the diminution or destruction of the biological potential of the land, and can lead ultimately to desert-like conditions.
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    (adj.) = desert-like

    Ex: Desertification is the diminution or destruction of the biological potential of the land, and can lead ultimately to desert-like conditions.

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  • 830 como el día y la noche

    = worlds apart, like oil and water, like chalk and cheese, like apples and oranges
    Ex. International law & cyberspace are not worlds apart anymore.
    Ex. The two are like oil and water.
    Ex. In many ways they are like chalk and cheese to the point where I find myself even questioning how on earth their relationship works.
    Ex. Observation and theory are generally like apples and oranges -- they don't interact.
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    = worlds apart, like oil and water, like chalk and cheese, like apples and oranges

    Ex: International law & cyberspace are not worlds apart anymore.

    Ex: The two are like oil and water.
    Ex: In many ways they are like chalk and cheese to the point where I find myself even questioning how on earth their relationship works.
    Ex: Observation and theory are generally like apples and oranges -- they don't interact.

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  • 831 como el fuego

    Ex. Distance learning is sweeping through higher education like wildfire, and it is simultaneously capturing the interests of libraries and librarians.
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    Ex: Distance learning is sweeping through higher education like wildfire, and it is simultaneously capturing the interests of libraries and librarians.

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  • 832 como el perro del hortelano que ni come ni deja comer

    Ex. What is meant by the phrase ' a dog in the manger'?.
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    Ex: What is meant by the phrase ' a dog in the manger'?.

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  • 833 como en casa

    Ex. As a first time vacation home renter, the experience was like home away from home.
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    Ex: As a first time vacation home renter, the experience was like home away from home.

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  • 834 como en casa no se está en ningún sitio

    Ex. The article ' There's no place like home: the Web, the World, and you' discusses what home pages could include, how to maintain them, and possible future styles.
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    Ex: The article ' There's no place like home: the Web, the World, and you' discusses what home pages could include, how to maintain them, and possible future styles.

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  • 835 como en el caso de

    = as with, just as for, as in the case of
    Ex. As with author headings, sometimes one heading or title will be both sought and provide collocation, but on other occasions there will be a conflict between soughtness' and collocation.
    Ex. The first line contains the volume, issue, cover date, number of copies, and the date received, just as for regular issues.
    Ex. Such documents are often not, strictly speaking, anonymous but, because they are written by several authors or appear at intervals over an indefinite period of time as in the case of periodicals and directories they tend to be known by their titles.
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    = as with, just as for, as in the case of

    Ex: As with author headings, sometimes one heading or title will be both sought and provide collocation, but on other occasions there will be a conflict between soughtness' and collocation.

    Ex: The first line contains the volume, issue, cover date, number of copies, and the date received, just as for regular issues.
    Ex: Such documents are often not, strictly speaking, anonymous but, because they are written by several authors or appear at intervals over an indefinite period of time as in the case of periodicals and directories they tend to be known by their titles.

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  • 836 como era de esperar

    Ex. As expected, newspapers provided an extensive coverage of the military build-up in the Gulf and the collapse of communism.
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    Ex: As expected, newspapers provided an extensive coverage of the military build-up in the Gulf and the collapse of communism.

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  • 837 como es de esperar

    = predictably, not surprisingly, as expected
    Ex. Perhaps predictably many of these problems are concerned with the label that is given to a subject in an alphabetical index.
    Ex. Not surprisingly, no one physical form meets all these criteria.
    Ex. As expected, newspapers provided an extensive coverage of the military build-up in the Gulf and the collapse of communism.
    * * *
    = predictably, not surprisingly, as expected

    Ex: Perhaps predictably many of these problems are concerned with the label that is given to a subject in an alphabetical index.

    Ex: Not surprisingly, no one physical form meets all these criteria.
    Ex: As expected, newspapers provided an extensive coverage of the military build-up in the Gulf and the collapse of communism.

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  • 838 como es el caso de

    = as it is with, as with
    Ex. Dust is an enemy of microcomputers as it is with any piece of electrical apparatus, and a dust cover costing a few pounds is a worthwhile purchase.
    Ex. As with author headings, sometimes one heading or title will be both sought and provide collocation, but on other occasions there will be a conflict between soughtness' and collocation.
    * * *
    = as it is with, as with

    Ex: Dust is an enemy of microcomputers as it is with any piece of electrical apparatus, and a dust cover costing a few pounds is a worthwhile purchase.

    Ex: As with author headings, sometimes one heading or title will be both sought and provide collocation, but on other occasions there will be a conflict between soughtness' and collocation.

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  • 839 como es habitual

    Ex. As always, our members are ready to speak out clearly if the Cuban authorities dare to seize any of the uncensored books being sent to Cuba by President Carter.
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    Ex: As always, our members are ready to speak out clearly if the Cuban authorities dare to seize any of the uncensored books being sent to Cuba by President Carter.

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  • 840 como es natural

    Ex. Not unnaturally they snipe back by loading onto the symbol of their failure -- books -- all the things they resent.
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    Ex: Not unnaturally they snipe back by loading onto the symbol of their failure -- books -- all the things they resent.

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