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So why isn't free wireless internet access more widespread?
What should we count as equitable access, if this involves departures from equal access?
Caplan added that only people with access to the call on Spot have access to the notes, recording, and transcript.
Introspection illustrates a type of cognitive access, for a state that is introspected is access conscious.
Talk of access-consciousness must keep track of the distinction between actual access versus accessibility.
Mohamed and Levine are attempting to access Sharif's Apple account, to access data regarding his phone's location.
The recipients will have digital access to NYTimes for as long as you remain a subscriber, or until you revoke their access.
NYT Cooking access is also included in all New York Times print subscriptions, as well as “All Access” digital subscriptions.
IEEE Access is the first open access multidisciplinary journal in the growing IEEE open access publishing program.
The BBC's Disability Access Service will arrange an initial access assessment with you as an individual before you start your placement.
In August 2012, due to the growing demand for open access and the success of our SpringerOpen journals, we expanded our offering to open access books.
The parental guidance lock restricts access to programmes which display a guidance warning to ensure younger audiences can’t access inappropriate content.
Answer: The UK loses access to some very key databases but will have continued access to others, including the system which cross-checks fingerprints across the continent.
According to The Times, Catsimatidis was one of several prospective investors who were given access to the app; he said he had access through a friend who cofounded the company.
The surgery receptionist only needs read access to the contact and address details, but the consultant needs read access to associated files such as x-rays, past appointment notes etc.
Last week, Amnesty International called on governments across Europe to ease “onerous administrative requirements to access abortion services”, which it said was making safe access difficult.
If you signed up for an ongoing digital subscription when you redeemed your digital access code, your paid digital subscription will start immediately after your complimentary access period ends.
While the government has offered to help bridge the access gap for some of the most disadvantaged by supplying laptops and internet access, concerns have been raised that the measure does not go far enough to ensure all children have access to education.
Last week saw the tenth Open Access Week which gave the research community the opportunity to learn more about the potential benefits of Open Access and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make Open Access a new norm in scholarship and research.
- the right to enter
- obtain or retrieve from a storage device; as of information on a computer
- reach or gain access to
Example: How does one access the attic in this house?
- the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership)
- a way of entering or leaving
Example: he took a wrong turn on the access to the bridge
- a code (a series of characters or digits) that must be entered in some way (typed or dialed or spoken) to get the use of something (a telephone line or a computer or a local area network etc.)
- (computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information
- the act of approaching or entering
Example: he gained access to the building
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