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disable

[dis′ā·bəl]
(computer science)
To prevent some action from being carried out.
To turn off a computer system or a piece of equipment.

disable

To turn off; deactivate. See disabled.
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Earnings rise smoothly with AIME around the 32 to 15 percent transition point in the four years before individuals became eligible for disability payments, but in the four years after qualifying for disability payments this relationship exhibits a sharp change in slope, suggesting that lower replacement benefits induce more work.
Applying for disability payments through the VA is the only recourse left for Vietnam veterans, because the legal system has already ruled on a class-action lawsuit.
Both maximum long-term disability payment and maximum disability income 17y payment
7billion on sick and disability payments last year compared to EUR1.
The first and only option of its kind in group disability insurance, the Standard SecureCard provides a faster, easier, more reliable way for employees to receive and access their monthly long term disability payments.
Standard Insurance Company ("The Standard") is introducing an innovative alternative to traditional disability payment methods with The Standard SecureCard(SM).
The pounds 25,000 disability payment, he said, is only given to players suffering total incapacitation.
They sayJacobs allegedly hidthe income from his unauthorized medical practice with Sewell, but also hid the $750,000 settlement he received in trust from Northwestern in June 2013 as well asthe ongoing $,000 per year in disability payments from Northwestern from 2014 to 2017, and his additional income of nearly $0,000 from Nouveau Genesis, a start-up skin care company.
MORE than half of people with mental health problems have had disability payments axed or slashed under the Tory benefits shake-up, new figures reveal.
However, the Government must recognise the higher cost of living for people with disabilities and must continue to increase disability payments into the future.

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