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1. Illiteracy was widespread at that time.
2. Illiteracy has been wiped out in our village.
3. The government has declared war on illiteracy.
4. It is encouraging to read that illiteracy is declining.
5. There's a high rate of functional illiteracy here.
6. Illiteracy rates have fallen in recent years.
7. Illiteracy is a major problem in some developing countries.
8. We must do away with illiteracy.
9. Illiteracy is widespread among the poor.
10. In the rural areas, illiteracy is widespread.
11. It would help to end illiteracy and disease, but it would also dislocate a traditional way of life.
12. Illiteracy threatens Britain's industrial performance. But, quite apart from that, the individual who can't read or write is unlikely to get a job.
13. Illiteracy rates are still thought to stand above 50 percent.
14. The illiteracy rate on the island is still unacceptably high.
15. Translated this means illiteracy, homelessness, hunger, deprivation and death.
16. Illiteracy poses greater military risks than this.
17. In general, illiteracy and lack of motivation militate against reliability of figures from Third World countries.
18. Affluent people tend to look upon illiteracy with comfortable detachment.
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19. Illiteracy does not restrict itself to city limits or the borders of school districts.
20. Illiteracy is not the only, nor the most important, evidence of national myopia.
21. Illiteracy is not a new phenomenon in the United States.
22. Female illiteracy, even in the well-off classes, is one of the characteristics of the decadence that led to colonization.
23. His illiteracy made him unemployable.
24. Leprosy was a disease, no more; it was an unpleasant fact of life, like poverty and illiteracy.
25. The new superintendent has the right idea about attacking illiteracy, but the wrong method.
26. Even so, Clinton is not exactly throwing money at the illiteracy problem.
27. They are better educated and more informed - though illiteracy is still widespread among the poor.
28. Ten years ago the world community promised primary education for all, and to halve adult illiteracy by 2000.
29. Good luck favors emotional intelligence, self-restraint, prudence & emotional illiteracy, impulsivity and recklessness are likely to produce bad luck. Dr T.P.Chia
30. The older generation, he suggested, reveals a much higher proportion of sports illiteracy than the younger generation.
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