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Surely there's no harm in households receiving only half of official literature and that in their preferred language and savings being used for health, education and jobs.
Millions of viewers in West Bengal can now watch programmes on the channel in their preferred language.
ASIAN callers can now speak to the NSPCC Helpline in their preferred language 24 hours a day.
When limited-English-speaking customers call the service, they will be able to choose their preferred language and service.
The suite is based on Learning Object Blueprints that can be customized to meet specific learning objectives and support different content for learners based on their Internet connection speeds or preferred language.
Additional information is available, such as: critical up-to-date demographics; purchase intent of a house, brand new car and computer; and the preferred language by Hispanics at home, at work and with friends.
While Ratke is most appreciative of Loehe's contribution, he also offers some appropriate criticism, for example, concerning Loehe's conviction that the preferred language for Lutheran congregations in America was German.
In addition, potential participants were excluded at all centers if they refused to give consent and at some centers if they could not be interviewed in their preferred language.