Definitions for "disabled"
injured so as to be unable to function; as, disabled veterans.
unable to function at normal capacity.
Individuals who display a substantially limiting physical or mental impairment which affects basic life activities such as hearing, seeing, speaking, walking, caring for oneself, learning or working.
Keywords:  greyer, menu, mouse, keyboard, respond
Describes a menu item or control that cannot be chosen; the item may appear dimmed.
An interface element state that means a menu item, button, etc., cannot be used in the current context; i.e., it does not respond to keyboard or mouse input.
An indication that a menu item, button, or other screen element cannot be used in the current context. If an item is disabled, it usually appears lighter or "greyer" in color than the other elements in a window or menu, and does not respond to keyboard or mouse input.
Keywords:  wilfred, owen, poet, poem, battle
Disabled is a poem written by Wilfred Owen, a World War I poet. Disabled is about a man who lost all his limbs in a battle. The poem describes the mans life after the war.
incapacitated by injury or illness
Condition A character with 0 hit points, or one who has negative hit points but has become stable and conscious, is disabled. A disabled character may take a single move action or standard action each round (but not both, nor can she take full-round actions). She moves at half speed. Taking move actions doesn't risk further injury, but performing any standard action (or any other action the game master deems strenuous, including some free actions such as casting a quickened spell) deals 1 point of damage after the completion of the act. Unless the action increased the disabled character's hit points, she is now in negative hit points and dying. A disabled character with negative hit points recovers hit points naturally if she is being helped. Otherwise, each day she has a 10% chance to start recovering hit points naturally (starting with that day); otherwise, she loses 1 hit point. Once an unaided character starts recovering hit points naturally, she is no longer in danger of losing hit points (even if her current hit points are negative).
Keywords:  equestrian, events
Equestrian Events
Keywords:  autoreply, kinetic, enabled, login, ftp
The status or state of a kinetic account that is not fully functional. Disabled accounts continue to receive e-mail, and e-mail forwarding and autoreply features continue to function, but the accounts may not login to kinetic Manager, use FTP for web publishing, nor use modem pools (if applicable). Disabled accounts may be enabled to return them to full functionality.
Turned off. Contrast with enabled.
Not enabled; See enabled .
See: Assistance Units - Food Assistance
See: SSI; Adult Medical Programs; Assistance Units - Medical Assistance; Spenddown
Keywords:  cdsp, eligible, benefit, receive
Eligible to receive a disability benefit under the CDSP.
Keywords:  unavailable, see
See unavailable.
1. adj. Pertaining to a state of a processing unit that prevents the occurrence of certain types of interruptions. 2. adj. Pertaining to the state in which a transmission control unit or audio response unit cannot accept incoming calls on a line.
A Boolean value that indicates whether or not the control should be disabled. Default is false
3.2|] [ X1| X1.1] [ IE4|||] Standards Details: NA Required? No Description: This is a stand-alone attribute which indicates the linked dependency is initially non-functional. Values: NA
This Microsoft-defined attribute is used to disable a link relationship. The presence of the attribute is all that is required to remove a linking relationship. In conjunction with scripting, this attribute could be used to turn on and off various style sheet relationships.
A status indicating that a program, job, or scan is not available.