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Chip and Pin

If you use a Barclay's credit card and you are unable to use the ...

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foxterrier Feb 16, 2006

stick storage

I need to find some way of keeping my sticks together and out of ...

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slowasyougo Feb 16, 2006

gadgets, clothing

My husband became disabled three years ago. He needs 24 hour ...

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Jean Feb 15, 2006

Message board update

This morning the message board system software was upgraded to ...

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Vaughan Simons Feb 15, 2006

motability

Does anyone know if you can add a second driver to your motability ...

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slowasyougo Feb 14, 2006

Disability Q&A board starts ...

WE have setup a new board as part of Ouch. We're calling it ...

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Wizard of Ouch - host Feb 13, 2006

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