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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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Not only is disability a feature of nearly half of the households in poverty, but there is a range of other disadvantages in the labour market and participation in life for disabled people.
He called for setting up of special education centers at Tehsil level in each agency of FATA, provision of special health facilities for disabled persons of FATA, special transport service for the special persons, job quota for disabled persons in government departments, and special monthly package from Bait ul Mall for each disabled person.
The Employer Support Grant (ESG) scheme is a Welsh Government wage subsidy scheme for organisations offering new employment opportunities to disabled former Remploy staff, after losing their jobs in the 2012/13 factory closures.
The club, said Al-Hajri, has been calling for giving the disabled their full rights.
In a major event on Monday, members of the Sight-Disabled Students Platform marched in Kyzylay, Ankara to highlight the problems of disabled teachers.
Agreed, that pounds 40bn being spent on disabled people and their services is fundamentally a huge improvement on past governments' expenditure on the disabled.
60 disabled individuals will answer phone calls made to TUVTURK automobile check stations in their homes.
Disabled people looking for jobs can contact the department at 02-6224080 (ext.
Zouhour Faran, coordinator of the Disabled Union's office in South Lebanon, said the media would play a key role in the project's success and in allowing disabled individuals to overcome their physical and psychological difficulties.
Beaver (2002): "Based on this ruling, a school cannot argue that the existence of separate programs provided by one or more disabled sports organizations provides a sufficient opportunity, since the opportunity is not integrated in the school system and thus not readily available for participation.
Because serious injuries often do not manifest until long after an accident, the California court concluded that the insured's ability to work should not deprive him of coverage when the previously-hidden injury ultimately disabled the insured.
Indeed, the Internet is an invaluable resource for disabled gay youth.

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