experience loss

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Sufferers of the disease usually experience loss of coordination and speech and in long-term cases it can result in mental disability and death.
The firm apologised to people in the affected postcodes - G41, G42, G43, G44 and G5 - and warned they may experience loss of water supply, low pressure or water discolouration.
Survivors who have been given the all-clear are likely to experience loss of functioning alongside those currently battling the disease.
Grey, a counselor and psychotherapist, looks at how loss and bereavement are experienced by people with learning disabilities (defined here as low IQ, retardation, and autism), especially those in residential care who experience loss of friends due to chronic illness and conditions.
Both men and women experience loss of libido but sex drive can vary greatly over time, so it's important that partners of multiple sclerosis patients encourage intimacy.
412 purposes treated such contributions as made on June 30, 1984 (and therefore would give rise to an experience loss, because no interest was earned on the contributions between June 30,1984 and the date the contributions were ultimately paid to the plan).
Other indications may include arthritis and osteoporosis, [males experience loss of bone density at a later age and to a lesser degree], seeing and hearing impairments, changes in elimination and digestion, memory slips [forgetting where you put house keys is okay; forgetting your name is cause for concern], and the more serious ailments concerning the body's organs.
It is possible to have suitable physical properties but experience loss of economy by not having added enough filler.
For example, the transfer could be treated as an experience loss under the pension plan.
These models are all applicable to physicians as they experience loss in role and social activity in reaction to a competitive, often hostile environment.
Many also experience loss of muscle tone, sleep paralysis and hallucinations when they awake or fall asleep.
9% decrease in provision for claims resulting from both lower premium volumes and a slight improvement in the Company's claims experience loss rate.

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