learning-disabled love



from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Having a learning disability: programs for learning-disabled students.

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  • adj. Possessing a condition that impedes learning,


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  • Other characters who soon appear include Chase, a learning-disabled student with a genius for spatial relationships; Gabe, an awkward kid who likes theater but slowly realizes that computer programming is more exciting; and Andrew, a cellist who saves the day by turning out robot parts on the school lathe.

    Celebrity Geeks

  • Arrowsmith, a woman who fixed her own brain, and the journey of three learning-disabled boys who spent a year at her "brain bootcamp" in an effort to change the brain they were born with.


  • Fixing My Brain also follows the courageous journey of three learning-disabled boys as they face the challenges of re-wiring their brains.


  • In fact, I used to make fun of myself, blaming my mistakes on being learning-disabled -- a "sped," in fact.

    Nikki Luongo: 'You Seem So Normal!'

  • Once, when I had to present a statistics project on the number of learning-disabled kids there are, nearly half the class had some sort of experience with growing up with a learning disability.

    Nikki Luongo: 'You Seem So Normal!'

  • Closing all NHS long-stay hospitals for learning-disabled people in England was a historic, if tortuous, achievement.

    Private hospitals are no place for people with learning disabilities

  • He told us he trained hard and dropped 20 pounds for the hike of Africa's tallest peak -- a fundraiser for learning-disabled children -- with several colleagues from K Street firm Reed Smith.

    D.C. lawyer out of his comfort zone on Kilimanjaro hike

  • After returning to Washington in 1981, Mrs. Kaiser taught part-time at the Lab School, a private school for learning-disabled children.

    Hannah G. Kaiser, teacher and diplomat's wife, dies at 97

  • Since it had become commonplace on the broadbands of our nation to feature talk show hosts with cleft palates, homunculi, or other disfigurements, and since the advent of so-called reality telethons featuring learning-disabled persons (a rapidly growing demographic sector of the populace), it was only a matter of time before a professional sport became interested in a more democratic conception of the human physique.

    'The Four Fingers of Death'

  • The $26.4 million Silver Lake middle school will be a 136,600-square-foot facility with 52 classrooms, including rooms dedicated to the learning-disabled, the arts and life sciences.

    Prince William County breaks ground on three schools


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