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challenged

(chăl′ənjd)
adj.
Having a disability or impairment: physically challenged.

challenged

adjective Compromised, disabled, disadvantaged, handicapped.

challenged

adjective Compromised, disabled, disadvantaged, handicapped. See Americans with Disabilities Act, Impaired, Politically correct.
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Another, but less vocal method, is to firmly place it on the bar, table, or floor (this should produce an audible noise that can be easily heard by those being challenged, but try not to leave a permanent imprint).
We have challenged our staff to celebrate their own uniqueness, and to role model that satisfaction.
She believes the industry is being challenged by technology and the internet in terms of costs, adapting to new ways of delivering services and keeping up with demand for instant information.
Coaches challenged 23 plays, and seven more came in the final 2 minutes of the half or of the game, when a league-appointed replay assistant decides whether to review a play.
03 million for the Leadership Foundation of America and another $100,000 for the Challenged Athletes Foundation.
Exercise can be the medicine needed to assist those who are physically challenged.
Three out of five executives said their companies challenged their property tax assessments in the past year and an astounding 97 percent of those companies reported their efforts resulted in at least some tax reduction.
Teams are challenged to construct a working robot capable of completing a specific set of tasks, such as gathering or placing balls in goals and maneuvering their robots into a designated position.
Two weeks later, each subject was challenged with their assigned PD30 dose of ragweed allergen and then monitored for safety and nasal volume (congestion), as well as total nasal symptom scores, to establish their baseline allergic response to ragweed.