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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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 the second condition, the subject responded to both instruments under his present 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.
People first" language is today's credo, premised upon emphasizing the dignity and personhood, rather than the impaired condition, of people with disabilities.
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.
Although it has been difficult to get started with the buildings because of the impaired conditions in both the office leasing and credit markets, written reports have also pointed out that Silverstein is essentially asking the Port Authority to saddle the risk while seemingly putting little of his own money at stake.