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Access to up-to-date financial information is important to our success.
Only 40% of 5-year-olds have access to pre-school education.
Some groups still have difficulty gaining access to health care.
Access to employees’ records is restricted.
She’s one of a handful of aides with direct access to the president.
Access is by means of a door at the back of the stage.
A lift provides access to the upper floors.
There is easy access to the countryside by rail.