Life Activity

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Life Activity: For purposes of Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act and ADA, functions that are limited by a person's disability such as caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning and working.

Other Words for Activity

Activity Noun Synonyms: action, movement, motion, vigor, vim, energy, liveliness, bustle
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Other Words for Life

Life Noun Synonyms: existence, living, way of life, lifestyle
Life Verb Synonyms: existence, entity, being, sentience, viability
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Participating Life Insurance Policies

Business / Finance / Participating Life Insurance Policies: Life insurance that pays dividends to policyholders depending on the company's success as provided by few claims and profitable underwritings and investments. MORE

Optical Activity

Science / Chemistry / Optical Activity: A substance that is capable of rotating plane-polarized light. Molecules of an optically active substance cannot be superimposed on their own mirror images, just as your left hand cannot be superimpos MORE

Okazaki Long-Life Massage

Health / Massage / Okazaki Long-Life Massage: These two practices form an integral part of traditional martial arts training that emphasizes a concern for physical well-being. Restoration therapy has been practiced in Japan for more than fifteen MORE

Partners For Wildlife

Business / Agriculture / Partners For Wildlife: A voluntary partnership program administered by the Fish and Wildlife Service to provide financial and technical assistance to private landowners who wish to protect or restore wetlands. This program MORE

Passive Activity Loss (PAL)

Business / Finance / Passive Activity Loss (PAL): A loss incurred in participating in passive investing. MORE

Radioactivity

Science / Chemistry / Radioactivity: Spontaneous emission of particles or high-energy electromagnetic radiation from the nuclei of unstable atoms. 'Radiation' refers to the emissions, and 'radioactive source' refers to the source of the MORE

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