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large′-print`

or large′ print`,



adj.
set in a type size larger than normal for use by persons with impaired vision: large-print books.
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He repeatedly asked for large-print demands but failed to receive them, so complained to the Local Government Ombudsman.
Large-button phones with speed dial, large-print calendars, watches that speak the time, and digital home assistant devices also can help men and women overcome vision loss.
Visually impaired patients can receive ScripTalk audible labels, Scrip View large-print labels or Braille labels, based on their need.
Sarah Puddle has combined her day job as an adviser for a braille and large-print company with her literary talents to launch Blossom Lane Books - a selfpublishing house - to sell her first accessible format children's book.
The Other Cisco Kid is an action-packed, large-print western novel.
This 63rd edition of a classic coin collector's guide is available for the first time in a large-print format complete with spiral binding for easy lay-flat reference.
A variety of large-print, braille, and print-and-braille 2009 calendars are available from organizations in the United States and abroad.
Part of the "Daze" series, Scary Days Daze is a large-print novel written for middle-grade readers about a young girl who moves into an allegedly haunted cemetery house.
Very simple, large-print writing makes Adventures Of Patty And The Big Red Bus an especially recommended easy reader for beginners.
Walgreen Co., for example, recently responded to the fact that many of its patients have impaired vision by making its prescription instructions available in large-print versions for no extra charge.
The Act allows not-for-profit and educational organisations to produce large-print, braille and audio editions of books and published works without seeking permission from the rights holders.

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