If affection lead a man to favor the less worthy in desert, let him do it, without depraving or disabling
the better deserver.
The black's next shot was more accurate, striking my flier full upon the prow and exploding with the instant of contact, ripping wide open the bow buoyancy tanks and disabling
Under the process-of-nature rule for policy provisions requiring disability within a certain time frame ("immediately," "from the date of the accident," or "within 90 days"), the onset of disability relates back to the time of the accident (if the disabling
injury arises directly from the accident during the course of nature).That is, when the process of nature eventually brings the injured person to a state of total disability.
In a rating decision dated May 24, 1946, Kressler was granted service connection for wounds to the left scapula (shoulder) muscle group at 30 percent disabling
, the right forearm at 20 percent disabling
and muscle group XV (thigh) at 20 percent disabling
for a combined rating of 60 percent.
In each of these historical periods, the deaf were doomed to exclusion because they did not neatly fit into any set definition of "normal." For many historians, these observations will seem too broad and overtly sociological, but the authors do capture the "disabling
process" in uncanny ways.
Counselors are encouraged to assess how vocational handicaps secondary to a disabling
problem can affect a client over his or her "worklife" and to adopt a life-span approach to career decision making of people with disabilities.
Some damage can exist also at the higher levels but this is not as prevalent as at the more provocative and disabling
More recently, Quinn (1994) suggests that women with disabling
conditions are at a particular disadvantage because they have to overcome societal views regarding individuals who are different, and also navigate the experience with limited role-models to assist the process.
In Milwaukee, Wisconsin Myrna Cohen, who has worked for years in shopping center management, was stricken with a disabling
neurological condition that left her in a wheelchair.
conditions frequently are associated with severe oral disease and dysfunction of the craniofacial complex.
Joe (Eds.), Images of the disabled, disabling
Many people function independently despite a "disabling