squalor


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Synonyms for squalor

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sordid dirtiness

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Right kids are squalor, and "It's unforgivable, but I believe if we urgently build a huge public push, we can get these 300 frightened children here before school starts.
The prosecutions were brought by the RSPCA, who have released photographs of the squalor at the couple's former home in Maes y Deri, Pontyberem.
Cruel Jean Ritchie regularly beat her 61-year-old boyfriend - once leaving him looking like 'the elephant man' - and left him penniless and living in squalor after helping spend PS85,000 of his cash on dining out on curries and living the high life.
And the actor admitted being shocked by the squalor in the den - not far from the show's studios.
The most resourceful leave all possessions behind to live in the squalor and relative security of European camps rife with ethnic, religious and racial tensions.
A Case of Love and Squalor, by Steve Myers, his third novel and an engrossing, fast-paced thriller, mixes action with metaphysics for an entertaining roller coaster of a read.
31 ( ANI ): Qatar has been reportedly accused of working 1,200 people to death after it was revealed that these migrant workers are forced to live in squalor, as the nation spends 39 billion-pound on its building bonanza for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
While most of the population live in squalor on Earth, the wealthy inhabit a high-tech space station called Elysium.
YOU don't often have a reason to use the word squalor in conversation.
Mental health and housing professionals from Australia and Britain assemble the evidence base on severe domestic squalor and make it available to lay readers, researchers, and social care practitioners faced with a human conundrum based on squalor.
Labour set up the welfare system in 1948 after the Beveridge Report, which said we needed to eradicate the five "Giant Evils" of squalor, ignorance, want, idleness and disease.
A COUPLE who kept their baby son in filth and squalor before his death from a rare disease were given probation yesterday for neglect.
Just as it used to be when men, women and children were nothing more than slave labour on the land, down the mines and in the mills, living in squalor whilst the elite lived a life of luxury in their mansions, which we now have to pay for the privilege of looking around.
Although it never quite matches the fizzing vibrancy of the New York group's breakthrough With Love and Squalor, this set exudes some of that energy and exuberance.
A DAD who kept his two children living in squalor "almost beyond imagination" was jailed for 16 months yesterday.