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Synonyms for needy

the needy

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  • the poor
  • the disadvantaged
  • the impoverished
  • the underprivileged
  • the deprived
  • the destitute
  • trailer trash
  • the penniless

Synonyms for needy

Synonyms for needy

needy people collectively

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poor enough to need help from others

demanding or needing attention, affection, or reassurance to an excessive degree

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Some papers in this stream use contingent claims analysis (for example, Gray, Merton, and Bodie [2008]; Gray and Jobst [2009]), while others focus on codependence in the tails of equity returns using reduced-form approaches (Acharya et al.
This condition is not terribly different from severe codependence, in which we want to control the reality of another in order to soothe ourselves.
The codependence of the Treasury and the banks themselves is simply too great to break through at this stage, and even if there were stronger support for size restrictions no one has a good answer for what the optimal size should be or whether reducing the size of banks will eliminate the dangers posed by big finance itself.
The Fed's post-financial crisis mission creep, since 2008, has fueled an unhealthy codependence between it and the market, akin to the infamous pre-crisis "Greenspan put," whereby the Greenspan Fed was expected to--and did--step in to support financial markets whenever there arose a threat to rising asset markets.
The Bridge to Recovery, with locations in Santa Barbara, CA and Bowling Green, KY, provides residential programs designed to assist individuals and affected family members suffering from codependence, trauma, and a wide range of process addictions.
In the economic arena, there are very healthy trade relationships and codependence between Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
The problem of alienation in education is duplicitous and it unfolds in a vicious and circular manner, engendering an insidious process of codependence.
Charles Whitfield, a medical doctor and psychotherapist specializing in trauma, recovery, and codependence, coined the term spiritual bypass.
Hellman, Matilda; Rantala, Varpu: Codependence, madness and glamour: narratives of women celebrity addicts in Internet tabloids.
Yet, the codependence between birth and death has also inspired invigorating literary visions.
Because of the data gaps and the current screening-level approach, some codependence in uncertainty in model input parameters may occur in some instances; however, given the overall limitations in obtaining robust uncertainty estimates for all input parameters and the generally large uncertainties in model output, the issue of codependence is best addressed at higher tier assessments or when better data are available to characterize uncertainty.
Default risk codependence in the global financial system: was the Bear Stearns bailout justified?
Of course, this does not preclude FSOC from making codependence an important component of systemic risk measurements in the future, but at present FSOC does not require this.
Family systems theory: A unifying framework for codependence.