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Synonyms for beggary

Synonyms for beggary

a solicitation for money or food (especially in the street by an apparently penniless person)

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the state of being a beggar or mendicant

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The Ministry has drafted a Model Legislation for the Persons in Destitution on the basis of recommendations that emerged from the National Consultation Meetings held with State Representatives, Experts in the field of Beggary etc.
The Chief Minister said that beggary is not destiny of children and they should be make useful citizens.
When asked about the reasons for resorting to beggary, some said they were facing difficult circumstances and others said they were just poor.
The aim is to curb beggary and take the necessary procedures to rehabilitate beggars, and also to devise a regulatory framework to raise social awareness about the dangers of the phenomenon.
The Delhi Government said it was also working in coordination with the Centre towards decriminalising beggary and rehabilitating those forced to do it.
The collection is made up five works by a diverse group of authors, including Julia AlvarezAEs Fifteen Stations in the Passion According to Mark, John ElderAEs MatthewAEs Gospel: Galilean Tenderness Under a Warming Sky, Jay PariniAEs Reading JohnAEs Passion: Narrative, in the Fourth Gospel, Stephanie Salda[+ or -]aAEs My Week of Sorrows: Reading the Gospel of Luke in Jerusalem, and Elizabeth CookAEs Working on The Passion of Jesus of Nazareth: oThereAEs beggary in the love that can be reckonAEdo.
The findings out of the primary data analysis of the research showed that the ancestral socialization did played insignificant role in promotion of beggary in the study area.
Firstly, the problem of beggary has been described with respect to Pakistan with the help of the available statistics.
Legislator Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli had moved the resolution saying that influential people were behind the menace of beggary in the capital.
Manama, July 3 (BNA) -- Expatriate Keralites who lure their own people with false promises of jobs and better salaries and then push them to the verge of penury and beggary will face exemplary punishments if their misdoings are brought before the law, the Chief Minister of Kerala (a South Indian state), Oommen Chandy, told the Bahrain News Agency (BNA).
The children, who have been forced to resort to beggary, were thrilled to be a part of the fashion show and interact with known faces of the television industry on late Monday evening.
The minister briefed the meeting on the ministry's different projects including it work in the fields of orphans, rural woman development, combating of poverty, social packages, homelessness and beggary phenomenon .
beggary, poetry, and critical disdain; Naftali Herz Imber,
PESHAWAR, July 4 -- Beggary is always considered to be a social evil and a curse for society but even then street beggars are a common sight in almost all the localities of the city, particularly outside mosques and places of rush.
Beggary and Theatre in Early Modern England By Paola Pugliatti Aldershot, Hants.