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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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One of the ways we are doing this is through our Employer Support Grant scheme, which has helped 240 disabled former Remploy workers find new employment or set up their own businesses.
He hoped a disabled person would win a parliamentary seat to convey problems of disabled people to the house.
Meanwhile, some university students in EskiE-ehir province organized a rather unusual event, in which they launched a campaign titled "We are becoming disabled," pretending to be disabled for a day to see and feel like disabled people.
Surely it is better to redirect some of the increases in benefit payments into trying and hopefully succeeding in getting the disabled back into work rather than "bleed" our already overburdened social security system.
As part of a project employing disabled individuals in their homes, GSM operators and Turk Telekom phone company has employed 110 disabled individuals, Yildirim said.
Trailblazers' project manager Bobby Ancil said: "We are hoping our investigation will show there is equality in employment for disabled people, but the stories we''ve heard so far suggest there is still discrimination going on.
Hanifa said there was a demand to employ disabled Saudis and that a number of companies regularly contact the association looking to hire disabled people.
The goal of the project was to demonstrate the potential of disabled persons to become self-sufficient.
Violante's testimony examined several possible circumstances under which disabled veterans might be offered a one-time payment and provided detailed reasons why such a plan would not be practical for the VA and would not be in the best interests of veterans.
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.
For Sweeney, helping people see disabled gay youth for their thoughts, not just their disabilities, is in fact her biggest priority.
Day to day living is a huge challenge for both these men, yet together they have transformed the lives of thousands of disabled people in the towns and villages of Tirunelveli district, Tamil Nadu.

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