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RARental Agreement
RAResident Assistant
RAResident Advisor
RAResearch Article
RARegistration Authority
RARepublic Act (Philippines)
RARoyal Academy
RAReturn Authorization
RARisk Assessment
RARight Ascension (astronomy)
RARisk Analysis
RARed Alert
RARheumatoid Arthritis
RARise Against (band)
RARemote Access
RARain (aviation meteorology)
RARegional Association
RARapport
RAResearch Associate
RARavenna (Emilia Romagna, Italy)
RARadium
RAReturn Address (register)
RARechtsanwalt (German: attorney)
RARoom Air
RARegulatory Affairs
RARandom Access
RARed Alert (computer game)
RARegulatory Authority
RARepublic of Armenia
RARoyal Artillery
RAResidents' Association
RAReserve Affairs
RARam-Air (General Motors)
RARight Atrium (heart chamber)
RARadon
RARange Anxiety
RARemedial Action
RARealidad Aumentada (Spanish: Augmented Reality)
RAReliability Analysis
RAResearch Announcement
RARequirements Analysis
RARemoval Action
RARemote Agent
RAReasonable Accommodation
RARed Army (counterstrike gaming clan)
RARed Army (WWII Soviet army)
RAReturn Air (HVAC)
RARay Allen (basketball player)
RARegistered Architect
RARural Area (terrain type)
RARevenue Authority (various locations)
RAResource Allocation
RAReconnaissance Aircraft
RARegional Administrator
RARadio Australia
RARepública Argentina
RARemittance Advice
RARange Area
RARecord Attempt
RARoyal Ambassadors
RARepresentative Assembly (various organizations)
RARouter Advertisement (Message)
RARegular Army
RARainforest Alliance
RARemington Arms (ammunition headstamp)
RARankine
RAReady Access
RARoyal Arch (Masons)
RARear Admiral
RARealtor Associate
RARadial Artery
RARoman Army
RARunning Account (billing; various companies)
RARadio Access
RARapid Access
RARefractory Anemia (blood disorder)
RARead Ahead
RARemote Assistance
RARegional Anesthesia
RARuthless Aggression
RARight Aft
RARestricted Areas
RAReasonable Alternative
RARoald Amundsen (1st explorer to reach the South Pole)
RARoyal Nepal Airlines (IATA airline code)
RARebel Alliance (Star Wars)
RAIrish Republican Army
RARepair Authorization
RARehabilitation Act of 1973
RARandom Allocation
RARamblers Association (UK)
RARéalité Augmentée (French: Augmented Reality)
RARecursion Available (computing)
RARadiocommunications Agency (within DTI)
RARecruiting Associate (various organizations)
RARequiring Activity (US DoD)
RARadar Altimeter
RAResolution Advisory (air traffic warning)
RARobust Nucleus of the Archistriatum
RARabbinical Assembly
RAResident Agent
RARocket Arena (gaming site)
RARadiological Assessment
RARegulatory Analysis (environment)
RARate of Appearance
RARelationship Anarchy
RAResponsible Authorities
RARoughness Average (Surface texture of materials)
RARevenue Account (UK)
RARadio Altimeter
RARate-Adaptive
RAReadiness Assessment (various organizations)
RARealAudio File (proprietary streaming audio compression format, Real Networks)
RARate Adaptation
RARationalist Association (UK)
RARegistration Agent (SIF)
RARealm Ability (Dark Age of Camelot on-line game)
RARed Armor (gaming)
RARelational Aggression (psychology)
RARear Area
RARadio Authority (UK)
RAReimbursable Agreement
RArevenue analysis
RARegia Aeronautica (Italian Royal Air Force)
RARadiographic Absorptiometry (bone density calculation using a hand X-ray and a small metal wedge)
RARecovery Assistance (Program; Ohio)
RARouting Arbiter
RARelay Access
RARadiocommunication Assembly
RARèglement d'Application (French: Rules Compliance; various organizations)
RAReduction in Area
RARate Area (NANPA)
RAResource Advisor
RARoaming Agreement
RARubberized Asphalt
RAResource Analyst
RARegular Appointment
RARegistered Aromatherapist (professional certification)
RARemote Adapter
RARemembrance Agent (computer program)
RARadiallahu Anhu (companions of Prophet Mohammed)
RARequested Article (Wikimedia Foundation)
RARed Armour (Quake)
RARecoveries Anonymous (Twelve Step Fellowship)
RARescue Aid (emergency communications)
RAResident Auditor
RARation Allowance
RAReady Alert
RARegional Associate
RARequesting Activity (CEFMS)
RAReattack
RAReduction Area
RARecorded Achievement ( Australian academics)
RARestricted Article
RAResident Administrator
RARegulatory Alternative
RARadiocommunication Act
RARobot Aircraft
RARuns Allowed per 9 Innings (baseball; like ERA, but with unearned runs also)
RARun Aggressive (Front Page Sports Football '95 et al)
RAReimbursement Authorization
RARetribution Aura (gaming, World of Warcraft)
RARipple Adder
RAPostal Tax Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RARed Armageddon (gaming clan)
RARepeat and Accumulate (type codes)
RAReady Analog
RARestricted Artistic (movie rating)
RAResponsable d'Activités (French: Head of Activities)
RAReinforced Alert
RARègle Administrative (French: Administrative Rule; various organizations)
RARoundhead Association (historical reenactment group)
RARouter Arbiter
RAreduced ameloblasts
RARecord Auditing
RARaufoss Ammunition (Norwegian ammunition headstamp)
RAResearch Assistant/ship
RARadiology Assembly of Medical Group Management Association
RAResident Archive
RARupture Adhésive (French: Adhesive Break; construction)
RARecruit Alliance
RAEarned Run Average Plus (arcane baseball statistic; used to measure pitching dominance versus the league)
RARegistraramerica (domain name registrar)
RAReview/Requiring Activity
RARoute Analysis CSCI
RAResynchronize Acknowledgement (ITU-T)
RARouting Area Identifier Within Routing Domain (TMN)
RARésiliable Annuellement (French: Annually Terminable; insurance)
RAReligious of the Assumption (France) (religious order)
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Fleming maintained that his claim of disability-based discrimination is covered by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, even in his role as an independent contractor.
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Inspector General appropriations are not available to pay for local lodging as a reasonable accommodation under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 for an employee who suffers from chronic back pain when sitting for long periods.
This lack of independent access, ACB and NFB asserted in the lawsuit, is a violation of both the federal Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. ASU argued that no blind or visually impaired students were prevented from enrolling in the class that was participating in the Kindle DX pilot, and said that there were alternate reading options for students who could not use the e-book reader.
Most disabled school employees also are protected from discrimination by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. That law is enforced by the U.S.
The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, together with the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975, set in motion policy changes that have allowed many thousands of children and youth with disabilities in the United States the opportunity to gain the educational and vocational skills needed to transition to living, working, and participating as adults in community life.
It carries explanations and analysis of both ADAA and GINA, text of the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, GINA, Executive Order 13145, EEOC policy guidance on Executive Order 13145, and relevant committee reports as well as a state law chart of all states with disability discrimination and genetic discrimination laws and their major components.
Patients on dialysis are chronically ill and should qualify for special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) or placement under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Section 504 prohibits discrimination due to disabling conditions.
Postsecondary educational institutions are, however, required by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and by Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) to provide equal access to the communication and information that is contained on their Web sites (or other delivery systems) to their students who have disabilities (Edmonds, 2004; Johnson, Brown, Amtmann, & Thompson, 2003).
The e-book version of the second edition of The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973: Reasonable Accommodation for Employees with OCD may be purchased online at www.Amazon.com, www.Mobipocket.com, or www.ocdbookstore.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the ADA Act of 1994 are civil rights statutes that offer protection from discrimination and unequal accommodations to individuals with disabilities.
With the inclusion of the Comprehensive System of Personnel Development (CSPD) in the 1992 and 1998 Amendments to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that mandates specific educational requirements for qualified personnel, the partnership between the educational community and the public rehabilitation programs became an even more critical issue (IRI, 1999).
The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) had previously exempted micro-purchases from the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which requires that electronic and information technology (EIT) developed, procured, maintained, or used by the federal government provide individuals with disabilities access to and use of information and data that is comparable to the access and use of information and data by individuals without disabilities.
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