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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A handful of TP52's, headed by the CYCA's 2011 Blue Water Pointscore runner-up, Syd Fischer's Ragamuffin (NSW) and David Pescud's Sailors with Disabilites (making its return to offshore racing after sustaining damage in the 2011 Flinders Islet Yacht Race), will rate amongst the favourites.
In Farrell and McDougall (2008), five 9th-graders with various disabilities, including specific learning disabilites in math, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Tourette's Syndrome, and Bi-Polar, used the MotivAider to self-monitor the pace at which they wrote answers to math problems, during independent practice in a special education, basic math skills classroom.
More than 140 colleagues, family members and friends participated in the walk or 5K run and raised more than $13,000 for YAI programs benefiting people with developmental and learning disabilites.
The discursive practice of learning disabilites. [Special Issue].
(2008) A professional training programme to address sleep difficulties in children with disabilites. Journal of Sleep Research 17(S1): 125.
It is very important for teachers to make sure that students with moderate disabilites have the opportunity to learn how to read.
Remodeling may reveal other challenges such as providing access for people with disabilites, replacing mechanical and electrical equipment, or correcting other structural deficiencies.
Teachers' attitudes toward their included students with disabilites. Except ional Children, 67, 115-135.
Disabilites set in 16 years later for the joggers in the 20-year study of 440 people by the University of California.