(v.) = claim ; reclaim ; make + a claim ; vindicate ; lay + claim(s) to ; demand. Ex: Whether the juxtaposition of language with literature is as weighty an advantage as has on occasion been claimed is, I think, debatable. Ex: The article 'Reclaiming our technological future' discusses the effects of electronic technology on the future development of libraries and librarians. Ex: The claim is made that society is evolving from one whose formal communication patterns have, for centuries, been based primarily on print on paper to one in which communication channels will be largely paperless (electronic). Ex: The relevance to a local library situation of British Library Lending Division data on periodical usage is vindicated. Ex: If librarians would calmly and publicly and increasingly lay claim to this area as their professional domain, they would gradually bring about the change in attitude that many desire to see. Ex: The other part of the picture reveals title indexes to be only crude subject indexes, which for effective use demand imagination and searching skills on the part of the user. ---- * reivindicar el derecho a = press + Posesivo + claim. * reivindicar el derecho de Uno = stake + Posesivo + claim. * reivindicar justicia = press + Posesivo + claim. * reivindicar la autoría = make + a claim of responsibility ; claim + responsibility. * reivindicar la responsabilidad = make + a claim of responsibility ; claim + responsibility.