Sentence Examples


  • Monks, friars, nuns, &c. Later the custom arose of taking " clerk " to include any " literate, " even if not in orders or " religious" (cf.
  • Of this total, 141,602 were males, 137,563 females; 33,173 were literate, 242,114 illiterate; 205,010 were orthodox Christians, 73, 2 34 Moslems, and 921 of other religious persuasions.
  • From the literate minority, therefore, agency has to be drawn in sufficient strength to take down every particle of the information dictated by the heads of families.
  • Abstract: Gillian Scott looks at the need for nurses to become computer literate in a bid to meet patient needs.
  • Background Introduction What key skills do we need to be digitally literate?

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