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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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The verdict: Reading materials for those almost-grads rank lower in difficulty than reading materials commonly required post-graduation.
Writers for pupils' expository reading materials need to be:
Community members are welcome to leave their old periodicals and pick up new reading material as they leave.
Supporters of public libraries also argue that government control ensures that a wide range of reading material is available.
There you are, thinking about heading to the shitter but knowing that you lack the proper reading material for a comforting experience.
Books for Ghana was started to provide reading material to the students and young adults in the Agona Duakwa district who have been starved of books" says Kojo Yankah, president and CEO of Yankah and Associates in Accra, Ghana, who is on the board for the project.
While my co-panelists weren't fond of violent or misogynistic forms of pornography, not one of them rejected in principle the idea of viewing or reading material solely designed to arouse sexual feelings.
This book will be welcomed reading material for those who use any course of study.
The most popular reading material is newspapers, with an average person spending 17 minutes each day reading the news, the Orange Prize for Fiction research found.
These were itemized under nine headings, including Reading Material ("Kuoni Maldives holiday brochure 1997," for instance), Clothing ("Check nylon shirt"; "'Darth Vader' Star Wars badge"), and Motor Vehicle (a single entry: "I Saab 9000 Turbo 16S").
I have been reading material by, and articles about, Mr.
The money is awarded to schools to promote the joy of reading and has enabled teachers to buy a variety of new reading material.