Disabled [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Disabled:

As disabled veterans returned home, the government launched the “Great Civil War Benefaction” to provide prostheses.

The Blade last year reported Maryland’s State Department of Education said it was in the process of developing new standards to include LGBTQ and disabled communities.

That’s because Medicare, the government’s insurance plan for the disabled and people over 65, sets prices.

MTS’s concerns about fraud mirror those of advocates and authorities across the nation who have long decried abuses of resources such as ADA parking placards by people who are not disabled.

I wish “Finish the Fight” had included disabled women in its narrative.

Bannon was one of four men accused of misappropriating funds raised for a $25 million “Build the Wall” campaign started by Brian Kolfage, a disabled Air Force veteran.

Essentially we had an increased government funding of drugs through Part D of Medicare, which also covered the disabled, which has a lot of pain, obviously, which is pain management.

Four he had already either killed outright or effectively disabled; so that fifteen remained him.

The 'Egeria,' schooner, was disabled very early in the race by the carrying away of the iron strop round her boom.

His keepers, returning from the spring, shouted and rushed indoors only to find their disabled pieces.