Definition of bodied
: having a body of a specified kind —used in combination full-bodied glass-bodied
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There will also be fewer able-bodied workers and relatives to take care of all those elderly people.
Enrollment continued to skyrocket thereafter, reaching nearly 325,000 able-bodied adults in late 2016.
Thirty-one states and the District of Columbia opted into the expansion, leading more than 11 million able-bodied adults to gain health coverage.
Not only are male protagonists twice as likely to anchor a movie, but the majority of female protagonists have been white, cisgender, straight, and able-bodied.
EVP is an Israeli organization that assembles a team of able-bodied volunteers who are trained to provide non-military support in Israel in the event of a crisis there.
The film’s erasure of women of color and missteps on race send the message that cis, straight, able-bodied, white womanhood is prioritized above all else.
They board Ewing’s boat, together with a 28-year-old woman who was paralyzed in a car accident three years ago, and a few able-bodied companions and caretakers.
On Jan. 1, 2016, there were 49,940 able-bodied adults without dependents utilizing the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP or food stamps.
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