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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She called upon the authorities to provide a "barrier free" life for physically challenged people.
We wanted to create an experience that was similar to a limo service," Rakestraw says, "catering exclusively to the physically challenged.
To voice the issues of disabled citizens in the Shura, Al Kindi feels that the government should reserve seats for the physically challenged.
According to Ahmed Al-Khadem, former chairman of the Egyptian Tourist Authority, the traffic of physically challenged tourists reached 180 million tourists around the world in 2007 and we shouldn't miss out on that market.
Business : Processing, assembling and electronic business services of teaching aids; sales and repairs of products for physically challenged people; and sales of arts and crafts, and daily goods.
New sports wheelchairs can easily run $2,000 apiece, and the cost -- which is not covered by most insurance companies -- is what keeps a lot of physically challenged people from joining sports teams, the players say.
To reach out to other women who are physically challenged, Burch organized an All Women Disabled Hunt.
The opening of the 0EV also accommodates a plastic tube that can continuously release air for a physically challenged person.
Sosu's Call examines the ignorance, fear and unfair treatment that physically challenged children often bear.
Exercise can be the medicine needed to assist those who are physically challenged.
Theatre Development Fund (TDF) sponsors, among its projects, twenty innovative programs for theatergoers who are deaf or otherwise physically challenged, including in-depth arts education, information services and special programs.
The service has been developed in co-operation with the Netherlands Council for the Physically Challenged and is designed to meet the requirements of passengers whose physical mobility is temporarily or permanently restricted.