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With books so inexpensive and accessible to all as they are to-day, no one need run any risks of marrying the wrong woman.
By supporting the first Accessible Qatar Conference and its accompanying awards ceremony, we have created a new platform for stakeholders along the value chain to explore creating visitor experiences that are authentic, enjoyable and accessible to all.
AccVerify SE 2002 is congruent with Microsoft's continued efforts to champion solutions that are accessible to all people, including those with disabilities," said Giovanni Mezgec, lead product manager for Microsoft FrontPage.
There's no question that hotels should provide some rooms accessible to all customers.
Civic pride and a willingness to work to make a city accessible to all its citizens prompted a number of advocates and activists for persons with disabilities to contact the New Orleans Audubon Institute, an organization which operates the New Orleans Zoological Garden, following the announcement of a pending aquarium in the Riverfront area of the city.
The auction makes it possible for more children around the country to benefit from the great work that Boundless Playgrounds does to make play accessible to all.
Texas A&M's website is critical for current and prospective students, alumni and professors, and we are committed to making it accessible to all users," said David Sweeney, Program Coordinator of Adaptive Technology Services at Texas A&M University.
Social Security Administration as leaders in Web accessibility for the visually impaired in their respective fields and also demonstrates the growing success of the certification program in assisting Web site owners to address the issue of creating content and services that are accessible to all.
Together these three WAI guidelines help Web developers deliver on the promise of a universal Web that is accessible to all.
For over six years CAST has been dedicated to making websites accessible to all, yet as a not for profit organization, we lack the internal resources necessary to keep up with the growing demand for this technology," said Chuck Hitchcock, Chief Education Technology Officer, CAST.

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