homeless person

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Synonyms for homeless person

someone unfortunate without housing

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It's not good for the potential donor and even worse for the homeless person.
Sentencing, Judge Anthony Cross QC said: "You had a home, you led a lifestyle that aped that of a genuine homeless person and it maybe from time to time through your own fault and for your own reasons you chose to live on the streets, supplementing your benefits by begging - something you have done and have been punished for year, after year, after year, taking money from Mancunians and visitors in this city.
However, even cooking up a can of soup and giving it to someone in need in a heated thermos can be a very helpful way to warm up a homeless person during the winter months.
The second thing a homeless person loses--after their house--is ?
She said:"So a homeless person has nowhere to live and therefore nowhere to sleep but perhaps rough on the streets and that is becoming a criminalised act.
A 2009 report prepared for the city and county of Los Angeles titled "Where We Sleep: Costs When Homeless and Housed in Los Angeles" concluded that each homeless person required public services costing an average of $2,897 a month.
If one claims to be a follower of Jesus, one does not pour water over a homeless person sleeping on the steps of a church in winter, in summer, any time.
City of Chicago, a homeless person challenged the city's anti-trespass ordinance after she was cited for sleeping in a chair at O'Hare International Airport.
Ben Winter Whoever this homeless person is obviously felt ashamed and embarrassed about being in the position he was in so why has this guy taken it upon himself to brag about his generosity and post it all over Facebook and the internet?
I look at the homeless person, or a handicapped person, a job seeker unable to find employment, a neighbour struggling to raise a family on benefits.
A report by Charity Intelligence Canada showed that the average age of death of a homeless person in Canada is 39.
But Common Ground says it's worth it, and that it costs less to house and treat a homeless person than to leave him on the street, where he'll use emergency services again and again.
He's also designed a collecting box to go on the side to be emptied by a charity and a vending machine for concerned passersby to buy vouchers for the homeless person to use for meals.
In the hate crime training it provides to law enforcement agencies, the commission also will place an emphasis on investigating whether a crime against a homeless person is motivated by discriminatory attitudes toward mental and physical disabilities.
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