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Writing fast, under pressure, legibly is a skill that takes many years to perfect.
This means that students need to be able to write legibly because readers--or teachers--form opinions about the quality of the work based on neatness.
If students are able to write legibly on paper using pencils in a cursive font, then they can start using a pen.
the deputized law enforcement officer must be: (a) in full uniform showing clearly and legibly his name, rank and serial number which shall remain visible at all times; and (b) in the actual performance of his election duty in the specific area designated by the Commission.
He added the woman did not write her information legibly on the immigration arrival card.
Ensuring that children get early instruction in handwriting can improve not only how legibly the students write, but also how well and how much they write.
1697) would require that "each covered product introduced or delivered for introduction into interstate commerce shall bear a label that states completely, accurately, and legibly all of the ingredients of such product.
Vets are well known to be totally incapable of writing anything legibly, so why not let the horses, alone, perform this requirement?
The police have claimed that the deceased was involved with Mongolian Revenge group, which had legibly attacked police force in Pyuthan.
He said the other three requirements include that the bread must not contain any fungal growth or potassium bromide package must indicate date of production, approximate weight and the number of loaves, and bakeries must fix a notice board in conspicuous place legibly indicating the approximate weight of loaves.
BE CLEAR: Always write clearly and legibly using named selections rather than numbers.