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It was proposed that the term "blind person" be replaced with the term "visually impaired person".
It is cruel to mock a blind man.
The blind young man has got over his handicap.
The blind young man has overcome his handicap.
The blind man felt his way toward the exit.
She wanted for nothing as long as her husband lived.
She has been blind from birth.
She goes to a school for the deaf.
They are in comfortable circumstance.
They lacked for nothing.
They are always short of money.
He is blind in one eye.
He saw to it that both boys were well provided for.
He was kind enough to see that I wanted for nothing.
He worked hard in order that his family might live in comfort.
He worked hard in order that his family might live in comfort.
His family lacks for nothing.
Old and crippled, he had courage enough to do the work.
I'm sorry to have caused you such inconvenience.
My grandmother is hard of hearing. In other words she is slightly deaf.

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