impaired condition

impaired condition

noun atrophy, caducity, collapse, corrosion, damage, decadence, decadency, decay, decrepitude, degeneration, deterioration, detriment, disrepair, fault, impairment, impediment, injury, lack of maintenance, neglect, ruination, weakness, wear and tear
Associated concepts: driving while impaired, impairing the rights of contract
See also: disrepair
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In a confused and impaired condition, he began to operate his vehicle and backed into a parked car.
During this time, laws were in place that made it not only a crime to practice in an impaired condition, but also a crime to have addictions.
Accordingly, if a named insured himself/herself damages the vehicle while driving in an impaired condition, the insurer will not be responsible to indemnify him/her for the loss: Exclusion l(g).
In his conclusions he surmised that this more recent cracking caused an overpressure that could not be handled by the relief valve (especially in what appeared to be its impaired condition resulting from a long-term buildup of scale around the safety valve seat and disc) and the vessel ruptured.
In the second condition, the subject responded to both instruments under his present visually impaired condition. Significant scale score increases were noted on both the MMPI and MMPI-2 under the visually impaired condition.
Goffman's point of departure was not the social oppression of people with disabilities, but instead the assumption that the disabled internalize the attitude of the able-bodied majority that physical difference is the mark of a defect, and thus, are unable to accept themselves in their physically impaired condition. For Goffman, people with disabilities are a particularly acute case of the way individuals respond to social stigmatization through shame and self-hatred, which he believed bred denial and efforts to pass for normal.
"People first" language is today's credo, premised upon emphasizing the dignity and personhood, rather than the impaired condition, of people with disabilities.
If it is a risk rate, the implication is that the effect on the equity and debt is accounted for by the rate differential (i.e., difference between the market rate as if unimpaired and the risk rate under the impaired condition).
Citing a crackdown on media, protestors, and the freedom to assemble, TI found that the "political context in the run-up to the referendum impaired conditions to hold free and fair referendum when compared with international standards." The report outlined 13 recommendations for future elections, with several urging campaign reform.