Disabled

• (imp. & p. p.) of Disable
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disabled

(from the article `United Nations`) The General Assembly unanimously adopted a treaty on the rights of disabled people. The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities ... Belgian pioneer in the education of children, including those with physical disabilities. Through his work as a physician, Decroly became involved in ... ...
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disabled

handicapped adjective markedly unable to function as a consequence of injury or illness
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Disabled

[poem] `Disabled` is a war poem by Wilfred Owen written in 1917. It expresses the tormented thoughts and recollections of a teenaged soldier in World War I who has lost his limbs in battle and is now confined, utterly helpless, to a wheelchair. The subject contrasts the living death he is now facing with the youthful pleasures he had enjoye...
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disabled

A trust where more than half of the assets in the trust are applied for the benefit of a disabled person. Or, for trusts set up on or after 22 March 2006, a trust set up for their own benefit by a person who is suffering from a condition which can be expected to lead to them becoming disabled.
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disabled

[adj] - so badly injured as to be unable to continue 2. [adj] - incapacitated by injury or illness 3. [n] - people who are crippled or otherwise physically handicapped
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