deficiency ; failing ; shortcoming ; shortfall [short-fall] ; weakness ; impairment ; drawback.
In view of the frequency with which users could benefit from references to a broader subject this omission must be regarded as a deficiency of A/Z subject catalogue.
No supervisor should be a tiresome nag, but the achievements and failings of a persons's performance deserves mention in a constructive way at timely, regular intervals.
He wrote to James explaining the shortcomings of his catalog.
It seems likely that it is between 80-90% complete but since there are some notable absentees the shortfall in total coverage is a significant one.
The strengths and weaknesses of natural language indexing derive from this basic characteristic.
A well-designed multimodal application can be used by people with a wide variety of impairments.
The drawbacks of this form are its limited flexibility, and the time taken in maintenance.
correct + deficiencies
Most men would want to correct the deficiencies in their performance if they agreed that they were deficient and if there appeared to be enough advantage in correcting them to justify the effort.
There are 2 groups of people with hearing disorders: the deaf and the hard of hearing and these 2 groups have entirely different needs.
This article provides sources that will enable readers to find other publications that deal with deafness and hearing impairment.
This article describes a project to exploit new technologies to improve information services for those with hearing disabilities.
Its relation to cognitive impairment is as yet uncleared.
There are no entries under the terms Backward, Deficient, Handicapped, mental deficiency, Mentally deficient despite the fact that Class JGJ is devoted to the teaching of Deficient, Handicapped, etc.
Chatigny's theory was that sexual sadism was a mental defect and therefore a mitigating, if not entirely exonerating, factor in sentencing.
deficiencias [Usado en un sentido figurado mientras que su sentido normal es 'bordes desiguales']
Currently all these products have too many quirks and rough edges to succeed in the mass consumer market.
deficiencias en el aprendizaje
A learning disability as a disorder in the understanding or processing of language, thinking, talking, reading or math.
Information access for people with a visual impairment can be facilitated through the provision of alternative format materials.
Many educators have approached the subject of visual disabilities by constructing activities designed to simulate blindness, using a blindfold or similar device.
I don't know if it's paranoia or my subconscious acting up or a vitamin deficiency, but I have now twice had a soapy aftertaste when eating.
personas con deficiencias auditivas, las [Expresión usualmente acompañada del artículo]
hearing impaired, the
A librarians' working group was established to investigate implications of the copyright law for the hearing impaired.
personas con deficiencias mentales corregibles
educably mentally handicapped (EMH)
These children, previously grouped with educably mentally handicapped (EMH) children, are generally of high intelligence.
fall + short
He was also to compare us to the most recent ALA standards to see where we fall short.
superar una deficiencia
overcome + weakness
In order to overcome some of the inherent weaknesses of the structure of DC it is important to chain index with reference to the essential relationships between subjects.