evacuee


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a person who has been evacuated from a dangerous place

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The shelters for the evacuees has been fully equipped with food, air conditioners, hygienic systems, electricity and beds.
State officials agreed that the goal was to care for evacuees as if they were Floridians and help them in every way possible.
THE Evacuees Reunion Association has launched a fundraising appeal for the provision of a National Memorial to the Evacuation of British Children in World War II, 1939-1945.
The high ups of Evacuee Trust told the meeting the 2,442 hector of land owned by the organization has been given on lease while the income of the trust is used on the welfare of poor.
While there were evacuees from poverty stricken areas of the east end of London who presented themselves as filthy and verminous, it is unfair to cast the majority of evacuees as being like this.
The former evacuees, many now in their 70s and 80s, shared their experiences - both good and bad - with one another before and after the service.
In addition to the restrictions and refinements requisite for an individual to be classified as an evacuee enumerated in the text, it was required that the household screener be "yes" for an individual to be classified as an evacuee.
Today, Katrina evacuees are living rent-free in Fannie Mae-owned properties in 20 different states.
Women made up 19% of the psychiatric evacuee group, but only 10% of the veterans to whom the evacuees were compared.
Camp Hoblitzelle developed an intake form for each evacuee.
Junaid Ahmed, Secretary Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) in Evacuee Trust Property Board Housing Scheme in Nankana Sahib as reported in media.
Request for Information are invited for Evacuee Tracking System
Jill Brown, Head of Church High junior school said: "In 1939, 50 Church High girls were evacuated to Alnwick Castle during World War II and we felt it was important to host our own Evacuee Day, to give our girls an insight into their own history.
Jill Brown, Head of Church High junior school said: "We felt it was important to host our own Evacuee Day, to give our girls an insight into their own history.
Another evacuee, Abu Jalal Tilawi, said that he had been forced to kill and eat cats out of starvation.