destitution


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a state without friends or money or prospects

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beaucoup plus grand que] que Carles Puidgemont a rejoint la foule en compagnie de certains membres de son gouvernement eux aussi menaces de destitution.
Addressing on the occasion, Shri Thaawarchand Gehlot said that the Bill will provide protection, care, support, shelter, training and other services to all persons in destitution.
Destitution affected their mental health, left them socially isolated and prone to acute feelings of shame and humiliation.
The residents noted that the Daash organization was previously awarding the amount of million dinars and one cow for the family of its dead, but they abolished the bonuses distributed to the families of its dead due to physical destitution and lack of funds.
Drane Simpson UTT, New Yourk Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Synonyms has this to say about naked: "When used with regard to persons and implying absence of clothing, the word is not uniform in its pictorial and emotional evocations; it may suggest many conditions, such as a state of nature and of physical beauty, a state of destitution and of pitiful suffering, a state of privacy and of admirable modesty or purity, a state of shameful publicity or of wanton exhibitionism.
While the two societies are pretty incomparable and we are fortunate not to see such terrible destitution here, it might be worth remembering that, according to Oxfam, one in five in the UK live below OUR poverty line.
Citee par Mosaique fm, elle a rappele que le delai de 15 jours accorde au titre de prolongation a ete depasse de trois jours sans qu'un seul ministre ait depose de declaration sur ses biens, ce qui, au regard de la loi, expose le contrevenant a la destitution.
But I think what is happening is two things: one is that the basic safety net that was there to guarantee that people would not be left in hunger or in destitution has actually been torn apart.
Francis said material poverty and moral destitution were often intertwined.
A SIGNIFICANT sector of our society faces social destruction through destitution, regardless whether you work or are wholly dependent on benefits, through one of the most ruthless and disgusting rules that has been released: The Under Occupancy Rule, the bedroom tax.
Only if the rich people, richer governments and richest nations resolve to eradicate poverty and destitution - by providing the poor with their basic needs of food and shelter.
Asylum chiefs have insisted no refugees will face destitution in Britain if their application to stay here is rejected.
It promotes people's awareness of the need to eradicate poverty and destitution worldwide, particularly in developing countries.
Over a million people have been uprooted and face destitution.
La Roumanie a commence hier samedi a preparer un referendum crucial pour son avenir sur la destitution du president Traian Basescu, votee vendredi par le Parlement, tandis que les Etats-Unis se sont joints a l'Europe pour denoncer des menaces sur l'equilibre democratique du pays.