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literate

(lit′ĕ-răt) [L. litteratus, marked with letters]
Being able to read and write, and to use written language as in understanding graphs, charts, tables, maps, symbols, and formulas. literacy (-ră-sē)

number literacy

The ability of patients to understand their lab values and make lifestyle adjustments accordingly.
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Indeed, the dissonance between orally and literately inflected ways of knowing may help clarify why, historically speaking, beauty has been so conceptually vexing.
Secondly, the public university itself must be literately and passionately committed to the liberal ethos of the university.
In order to justify my claim that the norms driving the transcendental style are literately inflected, I need first to address how an oral way of knowing might be translated to the screen, that is, how its norms are either tailored to, or unwittingly emerge from, a story intended for film-viewing (as distinct from story intended to be heard).
He boasted the other day he has become stronger under Matur than he was under Chol, simply because he can easily manipulate General Matur Matur who is not literately functional, and therefore incapable of reading the constitution leave alone interpreting it.
But there's also room for humor and comforting warmth in their discussions, which may be written more literately than most couple's arguments tend to be but are all the more stirring for their wordcraft.