Osman Chohan, 37, is taking on the challenge of a lifetime to run this year's race and raise money for deafblind children and adults.
What does DB stand for?
DB stands for Deafblind
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- David Bowie (musician)
- David Byrne (singer)
- Daytona Beach (Florida)
- Dead Body
- Deadbeat Parent (someone who does not pay child support)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Telstra and Able Australia Services have announced a partnership that will open up the digital world to deafblind Australians.
Peggy Freeman, from Sutton Coldfield, co-founded the National Deafblind and Rubella Association in 1955.
This marks an important milestone for blind, deafblind and partially sighted people as the declaration calls on the European Commission to launch a wide consultation on the feasibility of introducing a voluntary system of labelling in braille and other accessible formats.
Byline: KATHRYN WILLIAMS WALES' provision for the deafblind has been applauded by a leading charity and one of its impressive clients.
In Canada, approximately 55 to 70 percent of individuals who are deafblind become deafblind after age 2 .
Deafblind Cymru members, Gwyn Williams and Tony Curtis, from Wrexham went to Glasdir Fishery Centre in Holywell.
THE number of Britons who are deafblind will rise by 60% over the next 20 years, a report said.