Elderly And Disabled

Business / Agriculture / Elderly And Disabled: For food stamp purposes: 'elderly' persons are age 60 or older: and 'disabled' persons are beneficiaries of disability-based governmental assistance, such as social security disability payments and certain veterans disability payments.

Other Words for Disabled

Disabled Noun Synonyms: incapacitated, crippled, lame, damaged, ruined, impaired, harmed, non-functioning, inoperative, scuppered
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Other Words for Elderly

Elderly Noun Synonyms: old, past middle age, oldish, advanced in years, of advanced age, along in years, grey, ageing, aged, venerable, hoary, ancient, senescent, decrepit, superannuated, senile, anile, over the hill, past it, long in the tooth, having one foot in the grave
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Propaganda

Entertainment / Literature / Propaganda: In its original use, the term referred to a committee of cardinals the Roman Catholic church founded in 1622 (the Congregatio de propaganda fide). This group established specific educational materials MORE

Profit and Loss Statement (P and L)

Business / Finance / Profit and Loss Statement (P and L): Another term for the income statement. MORE

Property Plant And Equipment

Business / Accounting / Property Plant And Equipment: Tangible, long-lived assets acquired for use in business operations: includes land, buildings, machinery, equipment, and furniture. MORE

Property Plant And Equipment Turnover

Business / Accounting / Property Plant And Equipment Turnover: A measure of how well property, plant, and equipment are being utilized in generating a period's sales: computed by dividing net sales by average property, plant and equipment. MORE

Prostaglandin

Health / Vitamins / Prostaglandin: A hormone-like compound with many affects including effects on the secretion of hormones and enzymes, inflammatory response, blood pressure and blood clotting. MORE

Property, Plant And Equipment (PP and E)

Business / Finance / Property, Plant And Equipment (PP and E): Assets used in the operations of a business that have a useful life greater than one year, including land, buildings, machinery, equipment, and furniture. Also known as fixed assets. See also deprecia MORE

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