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  • Info Accessibility is the degree to which a product, device, service, or environment is available to as many people as possible. more...
  • In addition, accessibility and level of knowledge about group members may also impact such an effect.
  • There is some debate about the accessibility of people by means other than human power.
  • Public services must take into account the need to maintain accessibility features in the urban environment.
  • The site was partly chosen because of its accessibility to members throughout the temple district.
  • The park has received awards for its accessibility and green design.
  • The river has been described as "a fine all-around stream" with good accessibility.
  • Due to their high accessibility, they have been well studied for a long time and their species are well known.
  • But little has been done to improve the conditions, especially in terms of traffic accessibility.
  • They carried out much structural change to produce exhibition areas with better accessibility.
  • The music style was a reaction to the accessibility of their earlier material.
  • As part of the project, physical accessibility to the museum will be improved and business hours extended.
  • Network Rail claimed accessibility and safety are at the heart of the new design.
  • These obviously have become popular because of easy accessibility and the low cost.
  • To retain its community-based programs and accessibility, these areas and the fields have some public access.
  • Finally, the design of the core was such that it became the new standard of accessibility.
  • Accessibility of the data required for a one-name study varies from country to country.
  • It can be found in the Accessibility section under the General section.
  • Accessibility to the lake is limited to summer season only.
  • The area has been studied from early times due to its climate and accessibility during the Colonial period.
  • The theater is designed to serve the accessibility needs of the special education students and technology needs of all students.
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