war-disabled

war-disabled

pl n
the war-disabled those people who have been disabled by war
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war-disabled

pl the war-disableddie Kriegsversehrten pl
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The medical technology maker started doing business in 1919 by providing orthopaedic products to war-disabled people in Berlin.
According to the order, the monthly amount of presidential pension for participants of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, persons who worked at facilities, institutions and organizations of Leningrad during the blockade of the city and awarded the "For the Defense of Leningrad" medal and the "Resident of Besieged Leningrad" badge (with the exception of war-disabled) will be increased by 10 percent on March 1, 2018.
I WAS shocked to listen to the Chancellor as he said "all" pensioners would receive an increase of PS3.80p per week and to listen to local pensioners from Benwell rejoicing at the 2-8% rise made my blood boil as a war widow and war-disabled veteran aged 92.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The ISIL Takfiri terrorist groups executed at least 32 captive Iraqi soldiers and 15 war-disabled members of its own in the Northern Iraqi city of Mosul, media official of the Kurdistan Democratic Party Saeed Mamouzini disclosed.
We can see his family's struggles: his thrifty mother cutting coupons, wanting to get a set of dishes after getting enough stamps from buying laundry detergent, "the promise of something for nothing"; his war-disabled grandfather watching Bonanza while remembering fighting the Kaiser in a U-boat; and his father buying an old "Zenith short wave radio" (even though it didn't work) that his parents "couldn't afford / when he was a kid." Skeen pretends to hear his voice on the radio, but both father and son don't fulfill their dreams.
The aid recipients represent vulnerable groups such as ex-LTTE rehabilitees, the war-disabled, the poor and women-headed households.
The documentary data for those who lost their lives was gathered from the archives of local police, Red Crescent and War-disabled (Janbazan) Organization.
The prosthetic center of embassy's veterans division, which was initially created for the benefit of war-disabled former Moroccan soldiers of the French army, takes advantage of the solid experience of its medico-technical team to promote modern orthopedics in Morocco.
"Many of the war-disabled and particularly those who suffered in chemical attacks do not enjoy a decent standard of living," he said.
All along, the organization's idea had been to provide employment for war-disabled veterans.