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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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On top of that Sheikh Hamdan also challenged Emirates Group's Chairman and CEO, Sheikh Ahmed.
By providing a guide for frequently challenged books, this text serves as a handbook for educators and librarians who must negotiate book challenges in their libraries and classrooms.
After being challenged by Riteish Deshmukh, Akshay Kumar accepted challenge in Cape Town, where he is shooting for his upcoming dance show Dare 2 Dance.
If the people challenged fail to do so then they have to donate to the ALS Foundation.
The decision by Chief Justice Earl Warren found that taxpayers must meet two criteria: the legislation being challenged must directly involve the expenditure of tax funds, and the body spending the money must be exceeding a specific limitation on its power.
In answering the question "What do I think about this book?," the student is challenged to engage in personal reflection.
Baseline [R.sub.L] was measured, and then the sheep were challenged with 20 breaths of increasing concentrations of PbTx-3: 0.1, 0.3, 1, and 10 pg/mL of PbTx-3.
The Career and Education Connection program, an elementary career intervention developed for an economically challenged urban school district, is described.
They should work in a dynamic learning environment, where they are challenged and have advancement opportunities.
Rubin's suit seeks "declaratory judgment," which allows a law to be challenged if it has the potential to do harm to individuals.
We've had trouble keeping up with the demand for a high-speed Internet connection in residence halls, for instance, and we ate always challenged to maintain and upgrade our Web site service.
Reviewing the list of books challenged or banned--favorites, well-received and prize-winning titles--from the 20th anniversary ALA Resource Guide, BIBR found several works by or about African Americans mentioned that we'd like to share with our readers.