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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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allow vehicle impoundments for roadside driving suspensions and for impaired driving convictions;
After that, in 16th and 17th centuries in the Ottoman court deaf/hearing- impaired officials were appointed, where for communication the courtiers and sultans learn their sign language from them.
The need for counseling among parents of hearing impaired children is a well established fact.
He lauded the recommendations formulated by AAAP Communication in light of the current study about visually impaired students.
Key Words: Electronic Media, Visually Impaired, Socialization, Students
Regarding the charge of sex with a mentally impaired person, Ms Biggs said the prosecution would have to prove sex or attempted sex took place and the person was mentally impaired at the time.
Graeme Manwell, chairman of the NEVITC said: "It was fantastic to have so many players involved in the event and to see how much the visually impaired game has grown in the 12 months since we last held the competition.
An annual calendar in Braille language will be issued in the second stage of the programme to be helpful for all the visually impaired across the UAE.
The launch ceremony emphasised on supporting the hearing impaired in actively participating in education and employment in the Omani community and congratulated ten deaf students who took part in a 3D architecture design course organised by Ghalib al Hosni of Ghalib Design earlier this month.
They indicated a majority of managers mistakenly believed there were few jobs in their organizations that visually impaired people could successfully perform.
Bellow explained that they started this training program knowing that many blind and visually impaired people have not had any training for a long time.
economy, which would decrease the number of impaired drivers, he said.