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permanencia o distancia en la asistencia

English translation: constant presence or proximity to the person being assisted

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Spanish term or phrase:permanencia o distancia en la asistencia
English translation:constant presence or proximity to the person being assisted
Entered by: Steven Capsuto
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07:20 Dec 21, 2003
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Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: permanencia o distancia en la asistencia
From a Spanish regulation involving guide dogs: ""...sin traba que pueda llegar a producir interrupción en la permanencia o DISTANCIA en la asistencia..." My guess is this means without hindrance to movement but I'm not sure.
Daniel Burns
Local time: 06:29
constant presence or proximity to the person being asisted
Explanation:
I assume this is from the Granada statute guaranteeing access to public places by people using guide dogs. The law guarantees "acceso" (access), "deambulación" (mobility) and "permanencia" (which, from context, seems to mean the ability to stay in the place once access has been achieved). So in the case of the dog, it seems the law allows no "traba" (hindrance) to the dog's constant presence and proximity.

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Note added at 2003-12-21 07:55:45 (GMT)
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Oops... typo. Should read \"assisted.\"
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Steven Capsuto
United States
Local time: 07:29
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constant presence or proximity to the person being asisted


Explanation:
I assume this is from the Granada statute guaranteeing access to public places by people using guide dogs. The law guarantees "acceso" (access), "deambulación" (mobility) and "permanencia" (which, from context, seems to mean the ability to stay in the place once access has been achieved). So in the case of the dog, it seems the law allows no "traba" (hindrance) to the dog's constant presence and proximity.

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Note added at 2003-12-21 07:55:45 (GMT)
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Oops... typo. Should read \"assisted.\"

Steven Capsuto
United States
Local time: 07:29
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 270

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agree  Adriana Torres: ...to the person being assisted.
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agree  Jose Paez
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