Disability

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Disability

1. Any brokerage account with a restriction, or the restrictions themselves. Disabilities exist generally to prevent conflicts of interest in investment. For example, an employee of the brokerage may be unable to make certain transactions on his account with the brokerage.

2. See: Disability insurance.
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Murad said that he was trying to establish the differently-abled persons on the basis of their abilities.
I want you to work out department-wise vacancy position with five per cent quota allocated for differently-abled persons so that they can be issued offer orders on merit accordingly,' he directed Rizwan Memon.
program seeks to implement economic empowerment and financial inclusion among differently-abled communities.
According to the study, the results are encouraging as a satisfied user is the primary goal when working with the differently-abled.
The cooperative maintains a furniture shop at Sitio Damilag in Barangay Pisaan here with 56 members - all differently-abled but who have been able to keep jobs that have allowed them to thrive with normal lives.
Ashok Ogra, Director, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication said: "This film festival is an effort to eradicate the prejudices associated with the differently-abled people.
At many stations, it is difficult for a differently-abled person to find a place to park.
Chennai, May 29 -- Differently-Abled persons called-off their indefinite fast in Chennai, after Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi meet them in person and assured them to provide government jobs as soon as possible.
Summary: India's travel service providers are waking up to the plight of the differently-abled as they become more user-friendly and offer better facilities.
ICDL GCC Foundation pointed out that establishing IT facilities free from physical barriers that might restrict access to the physically disabled is an important step that will make learning less challenging for differently-abled individuals and enhance their potential to contribute to social and economic development.
Children with activity limitations are often referred to as having special needs, or being disabled or differently-abled.
A group of liberal bishops disassociated themselves from the motion for different reasons, suggesting that it moves the church away from full inclusion of all members: "Our witness to justice has been prophetic in this nation and in the wider Anglican Communion on the issues of the full inclusion of people of color and persons who are differently-abled," said the bishops.