handicapped


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handicapped

1. physically disabled
2. Psychol denoting a person whose social behaviour or emotional reactions are in some way impaired
3. Sport (of a competitor) assigned a handicap
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Egypt has signed an international United Nations accord for supporting and protecting the handicapped.
c) Inappropriate handicapped parking space users were vehicles not driven by or used to transport a person with a mobility impairment but which displayed a handicapped parking permit, and
It's true that for years schools were too quick to put seriously handicapped kids into classes of their own, where they often learned little and got no experience interacting with ordinary people.
The day centre is the main focus for encounters between the handicapped children and people from the outside world.
Due process procedures are required when suspending or expelling handicapped students.
We experience a significant increase in misuse of handicapped placards during the holiday season in particular because parking is so hard to come by,'' said Glendale Traffic Officer David Buckley.
Dubbing Johnston "naive" in pleading that a move towards the rated system would reduce the need for horses to be trained with their handicap mark in mind, McCririck said: "The whole premise of a review like this is that cheating is going on, and even if you doubled prize-money and reduced the weight bands, it still wouldn't stop the good old boys who want to get a horse well handicapped from working the system.
Svetlana Bednazh, a Ukrainian student who helped at a camp, relates, `This was my first encounter with handicapped people in my society.
The real critical question is whether the use of surfactant is increasing the survival of babies who are destined to be handicapped," says Allen Merritt of the University of California, San Diego, who recently coauthored a follow-up study of 61 surfactant-treated babies.
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The volunteers, like a lot of readers, were irate that the postal service would rescind the polio survivors' free mailing privileges until their members could prove they were handicapped enough to be eligible for the ``Free Matter for the Blind and Handicapped'' postal stamp.