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al·pha·bet·ize

 (ăl′fə-bĭ-tīz′)
tr.v. al·pha·bet·ized, al·pha·bet·iz·ing, al·pha·bet·iz·es
1. To arrange in alphabetical order.
2. To supply with an alphabet.

al′pha·bet′i·za′tion (-bĕt′ĭ-zā′shən) n.
al′pha·bet·iz′er n.
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Noun1.alphabetization - the act of putting in alphabetical orderalphabetization - the act of putting in alphabetical order
ordering, order - the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement; "there were mistakes in the ordering of items on the list"
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This result suggests the need of doing investigations about participants literacy profile, whether there is (or there isn't) any correlation between literacy and alphabetization.
He occasionally modifies the rigid alphabetization of entries, and when descriptive complexities dictate, puts obvious cognates in separate entries, but pools them under generic headings when descriptive simplicities allow.
Various non-government organizations (NGOs) administered a comprehensive program of alphabetization, medical and dental care, and vocation testing in preparation for their new life as civilians.
In 2012, the government decided to carry out another program, through an agreement signed with Microsoft Chile, aimed at increasing training in digital alphabetization.
Things have not changed that much since then, but this fear (which was not a fear of the medium itself, but rather a fear that comes from their inappropriate use by certain people who are motivated more by questionable emotions than other motives), taking into account writing and printed media, was joined to the alphabetization that was provided by the school system.
Alphabetization itself has only recently been welcomed into literary studies from the margins of cultural history thanks to scholars like Patricia Crain, whose work has thoroughly demonstrated how this low designation belies the alphabet's significant role in the operations of institutional power and its production of lettered subjects.
During and after the "democratic spring" of the Arevalo (1945-1951) and then the Arbenz (1951-1954) administrations, the SIL, its linguists, and anthropologists were crucial in the integrationist experiment mobilized by the Seminary of Social Integration, and its commitment to alphabetization, and castillianization (5) of indigenous peoples.
Hiatt traces out the slow adoption of alphabetization as the main way that authors organized knowledge about the natural world, suggesting that Bartholomeus Anglicus was the first author to alphabetize elements in a discussion of geography.
Data presented in this study show that the adopted methodology is promising in order to explore an aspect that seems central to this area of study: the search for more complete knowledge on typology and diversity of errors in alphabetization with different populations and its different sources.
COMMUNICATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE IN THE APPEARANCE OF DIGITAL ALPHABETIZATION
Therefore, they should take interest in and commit to the differences and singularities in patient populations based on age, race, ethnic origin, culture, sociodemographic characteristics and alphabetization.
This process is similar to the current RESPA disclosure rule, but harder to do under TRID because of rounding rules, alphabetization requirements, "flow through" impacts on "Cost to Close" and changes to tolerance rules (called "variations").