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Barrier

1. See: Trade barrier.

2. See: Barrier Option.
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DENVER -- Mojofiti[TM], a global network of people working together to break down language barriers, today announced the ability to translate any blog into 28 different languages, thereby helping bloggers expand their reach and attract new readers in multiple languages.
But the new media tools [multimedia messages] enable you to share pictures and videos which anybody can understand without the language barrier.
Godfather of Hip Hop and Leader of Universal Zulu Nation Unites with Mojofiti to Break Down Language Barriers
For me, it's about empowering people who have language barriers or come from a disadvantaged background through knowledge.
The play centers on Leona Samish, a 40-ish unmarried woman on holiday in Venice whose quest for romance and adventure is thwarted less by language barriers or cultural differences than by her own emotional defenses.
Two of Fast Company's "100 Most Creative People in Business" Join Mojofiti to Help Break Down Language Barriers Worldwide
Lack of adequate safety training and supervision, language barriers and lax or non-existent code enforcement on mostly non-union construction sites are largely to blame for construction-related accidents and fatalities in New York City, says a new industry report.
DENVER -- Mojofiti[TM], a global network of people working together to break down language barriers worldwide, today launched the Mojofiti Foundation[TM], an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking down the barriers of those in need by providing global assistance to nonprofit organizations to help expand their reach many times over.
Not only are we providing our technological expertise and expansive database of residential listings, more importantly, our intent is to create an on-line experience that eliminates language barriers from the real estate search.
6 billion cell phone users predicted by the end of 2009, language barriers represent the final frontier to modern international communication.
Arizona's population continues to become more linguistically diverse, making it more critical than ever to address the language barriers to quality health care and develop solutions for removing them," said Megan Pepple, nursing student, Arizona State University.
To understand the potential impact language barriers can have on patients, consider the following real-life example from a perspective article in the New England Journal of Medicine1: An 18-year-old male patient said in Spanish that he felt nauseated before collapsing.

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