abled

a·bled

 (ā′bəld)
adj.
Having normal physical and mental abilities; not disabled.
n. (used with a pl. verb)
People with normal physical and mental abilities considered as a group.

[Back-formation from disabled.]

abled

(ˈeɪbəld)
adj
having a range of physical powers as specified (esp in the phrases less abled, differently abled)
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Children's causes are a huge passion of mine, so I was honored to collaborate with Toys"R"Us to lend my support to something as special as the Toys"R"Us Toy Guide for Differently Abled Kids," said Nick Lachey.
Justice Sunanda Bhandare Foundation, on whose petition the court has been issuing orders for the welfare of the differently- abled since 1998, had moved an application saying that unless there was an effective monitoring system on the lines of Vinnet Narain judgment in which the SC is keeping a tab on investigation of various corruption cases and issuing periodic directions, the implementation of the Persons with Disabilities Act, 1995, will merely remain on paper.
Official says Dubai Police have installed monitoring devices at all the parking spaces reserved for the specially abled people.
Sh: Provision Of Toilets For The Differently Abled People, Renovation Of Attached Toilet To The Principals Chamber I/C Internal Painting Of Conference Hall And Verandah
Nothing wrong with the younger generation doing this - just let us oldies have some space to do the sports the abled and less abled wish to do.
Art Abled, a project run by the British Council, hopes to empower people with disabilities and showcase their true potential.
This is my seventh time and I am hoping it will be a big success to help differently- abled people fight their discouraging label," he added.
There are many special ways in which "My Friend Suhana" conveys the importance of respecting another child who is differently abled.
At the company's Killeen center, located a few miles from the largest domestic US military base, Aegis hired 202 veterans (12% of all hires), 36 different abled veterans (2%) and 299 military spouses (18%).
One of our children has been blessed experiencing the world as a member of the differently abled community and as such, sadly barriers are erected spiritually, physically, mentally, theologically and emotionally within church communities when it comes to "what it means to have these people invovled.
The inspirational athlete mentioned that the 2012 Olympics was a breakthrough not only for him but also for thousands of other differently abled athletes.
His sporting philosophy is: "You're not disabled by your disabilities but abled by your abilities.