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visually impaired

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvisually impairedvisually impairedMIunable to see normally – used especially when you want to be polite about this conditionblind visually
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visually impairedInstructions can also be obained in Braille for the visually impaired.Special facilities include a lift to all floors in Inverleith House Gallery and a trail for the visually impaired.For example, in one case, an employer refused to hire a visually impaired applicant for the position of research analyst.Visually impaired people have as much right to full access to educational courses as anyone else.An important part of this work is the provision of cash grants to visually impaired people in need.It is, of course, necessary to check carefully and individually the size of type that a visually impaired pupil can discriminate.Braille Stark black controls and print against a white finish help the visually impaired to identify the controls.Eve insisted that visually impaired visitors were allowed to keep the Braille guidebooks and would always replace them free of charge.
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