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  • The only differences between the two events, he said, were contending with fewer photographers at the Paralympics and the privileges he was granted at times — admittance to the waxing cabins, where technicians apply wax to skis, access to a visually impaired American skier, Jake Adicoff, at the ...

  • He said acupuncture was traditionally an occupation for blind people in Japan, and today about 50 per cent of Japan's acupuncturists are blind or visually impaired." The top award goes to NZ on Air chief executive Jane Wrightson. Wrightson, who in 1991 became New Zealand's youngest – and first ...

  • On their comfort, Okebukola said the visually-impaired candidates listed for the examination nationwide have been assembled in “high-grade hotels” with very good feeding and transportation arrangements and other logistics that will make them feel comfortable before and after the examination.

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