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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Although teachers with physical disabilities are in themselves novel and, therefore, salient (Langer, Fiske, Taylor, & Chanowitz, 1976), we would argue that a physical disability is unrelated to the role of teacher.
Reactions to interviewers with a physical disability.
A physical disability may be taken as evidence that the client is incapable of making decisions for himself or herself.
Hopefully this resource will serve to counter this inequity by reminding creative decision makers that the presence of a physical disability neither negates nor dissipates an actor's talent.
The council is to commission day services which are accessible to older people and adults with a physical disability from across kirklees.
Using weighted logistic regression models, the team assessed the association between normalised grip strength and physical disability, diabetes and other metabolic disorder.
Further, he noted that a total of 378 learners with SEN sat for Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE) in 2016 and these include 148 visually impaired, 58 hearing impaired, 150 with learning disabilities and 22 with physical disability.
Middlesbrough Powerchair Football Club enables people of Tees Valley with a severe physical disability of all ages and gender, including those with additional learning disabilities, to play the fast-paced team sport of powerchair football.
Notes to parents, a list of resources, and an index round out this reader-friendly guide, enthusiastically recommended for every young adult with a physical disability as well as school and public library collections.
CHESTER-LE-STREET'S Iain Nairn insists the England Physical Disability cricket team will be looking to win the sport's first international competition - despite admitting the task is a slightly daunting one.
2) Owing to this prevalence and the morbidity from the associated physical disability, leprosy is considered a relevant public health problem.

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