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illiterate

Being unable to read and write or to use written language to interpret graphs, charts, tables, maps, symbols, and formulas.
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One in every four illiterate females is living in one of three governorates: Giza, Minya, or Beheira.
Imelda Senobago, Sulong Sarangani program director, said the main objective of the 3K project is to give these illiterate farmers a chance to learn how to read, write and count through the help of the facilitators in their barangays.
To form her team, she posted the message, "Waiting for Android Developer for illiterate children," via her laptop and walked around the venue.
However, he said he had not applied to take the driving test as he was illiterate.
Speaking to ANI, Hazra said, "When I entered the polling booth, I got the information that on the TMC button on EVM, there was a special ink mark placed to make people aware whom to vote, in case the voter is illiterate and cannot understand the Bengali language."
THE BBC has been rapped by a watchdog after host Andrew Neil called Scots pupils "illiterate".
Pakistani nation can achieve the milestone, only if these illiterate lord of kingdoms in shape of religious Mullahs or in the shape of corrupted officers or leaders should be expelled.
LAHORE -- According to a news report in this newspaper, a Panchayat has ordered the father of two girls to marry his daughters off to illiterate men in the community.
In community development, he continued, the government has provided basic and advanced literacy education services in the most densely illiterate, underdeveloped, frontier, outermost and remote / special indigenous communities.
In an interview at the sidelines of the commemoration of the Development Policy Research Month (DPRM) early this week, PIDS senior research fellow Jose Ramon Albert said the FIR will leave behind some Filipinos, particularly the illiterate and elderly.
ISLAMABAD -- National Commission for Human Development (NCHD), Chairperson former senator, Razina Alam Khan said out of school children (OOSC) number has decreased from 26 million to 22.6 million while 6.4 million children and 57 million adults are still illiterate.
'DEMOCRACY cannot work in Pakistan until the masses are educated' is an arrogant remark one hears from several supposedly educated Pakistanis who, as shown by their perceptions of the intelligence of our 'illiterate masses', are distant from reality.