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read

Etymology: AS, raedan, to advise
(of a computer) to retrieve or transfer data from some storage location or medium, such as a disk.

Dick-Read,

Grantley, English physician, 1890-1959.
Read method - psychoprophylactic method of prepared childbirth.
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And I applaud the men and women of the Inquirer, whose passion for serving our readers and partners have truly paid off with this recent readership dominance," she added.
com, remains the area's dominant news and information source in the new ABC report, with overall readership holding steady and online readership continuing to grow," said Mr.
As its circulation approaches the 2- lakh mark, MAIL TODAY expects further growth in its readership over the next few months.
Toronto-area print readership of the nationally circulated Globe and Mail increased 2.
The Institute has developed what it calls the Readership Behavior Score (RBS), a 1-7 scale "that combines the frequency of reading, time spent with the newspaper and completeness of reading.
Data on readership demographics were obtained from population-based surveys conducted by Mediamark Research, Inc.
405/767-9090, FAX: 405/767-9094 Readership study issue: April List rental: Walter Karl, 845/732-7054
3 million new daily readers reflects both increased readership in existing Metro cities (up 2.
However, switching to a bold type tends to lose half the readership.
The figures, released yesterday by the Joint National Readership Survey, also proved we outshine our dull competition in every department and reflect what the reader wants.