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numeracy

Mathematical literacy Neurology The ability to understand mathematical concepts, perform calculations and interpret and use statistical information. Cf Acalculia.
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? SUPERMARKET Morrisons has sent back 75% of its recruits for "remedial pre-job training." Many are late, lazy, illiterate and innumerate, unable to evenstack shelves.
If you are not innumerate, you can start a business.
"There are too many differences to innumerate. I just hope Carlo will make me win my first Champions League," said the winger.
Will the next decade, which starts in 2011 and not tomorrow as the innumerate seem to think, be the tenties or the oneties?
Although Martin doesn't innumerate it in his list, this fifth item could arguably be the most important one of all: "I think there has been a recognition of the productivity improvement of working digitally.
scientifically illiterate and largely innumerate. So claims Peter Calamai toward the end of his stimulating review of Vaclav Smil's Global Catastrophes and Trends: The Next Fifty Years.
Righter comments that this aeBuy AmericaAE rule is aean irresponsible, innumerate, pernicious bit of political and economic follyAE.
But the innumerate will not be the only ones who resort to the time-honoured shopping technique of grabbing the closest, the most hyped or the most nicely packaged item.
We should be eliminating form study, that bane of the innumerate and the intellectually challenged.
Dai Rees came second three times, Dave Thomas and Brian Huggett filled the same spot twice, while anyone who remembers Woosie at Lytham in 2001 will know that only an innumerate Irish caddie was to blame that year.
Having had experience working with recent college graduates who are borderline illiterate and innumerate, I can not imagine how much lower standards will have to sink to accommodate everybody.
According to the company, the most probable explanation for DDoS attacks on small business is that the attackers incorrectly believe the target domain belongs to an ISP and as a result bombards the domain with innumerate combinations of e-mail addresses in an attempt to ascertain actual addresses, in a type of attack known as a Directory Harvest Attack (DHA).