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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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Charge us by all means if it makes you happy, but don't make the disabled person walk any further than they have to.
Advice should be sought first before claiming CA as it depends on what benefits the disabled person is receiving.
The data base will be completed in October 2012, announced Monday Mincho Koralski, head of the Bulgarian Agency for Disabled Persons.
1 -- Effort should be made for empowerment and economic rehabilitation of disabled persons and they should be provided equal opportunities in every segment of the society, believed participants in three-day Regional leadership conference for persons with Disabilities in South Asia inaugurated on Saturday.
Mr Lang said: "The claimant is not disabled, but she complained that she had been subjected to disability discrimination on the grounds of being the carer of a disabled person, namely her son, who, it is accepted is disabled in the eyes of the law.
So it can be displayed on any car in which the disabled person is being transported, whether it belongs to one of the family or a friend.
Firstly, they are required to change any practices, policies and procedures that make it impossible or unreasonably difficult for a disabled person to access a service.
Exemptions from certain categories of employment - including police and firefighters - except the armed forces Employers may also be expected to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that a disabled person is not discriminated against.
Determining the income distribution deduction may be problematic, because distributions generally are not made in cash to the disabled person.
Discrimination happens when a disabled person is treated less favourably or where a body fails to make "reasonable adjustments" to enable a disabled person to participate in employment and education or to make use of a service, the company points out.
One day, after meeting with a client, the whole vision for the company just came to me, because I saw no companies that were targeting me as a disabled person," she says.
Originally, only homes that were renovated or improved to accommodate a disabled person or senior citizen were eligible, but now relief is available for new homes designed to accommodate these citizens.

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