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people without possessions or wealth (considered as a group)

having little money or few possessions

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characterized by or indicating poverty

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lacking in specific resources, qualities or substances

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not sufficient to meet a need

unsatisfactory

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When they examined the patients' clinical data over the following two years, they found that patients with greater depressive symptoms had shorter survival, higher rates of chemoradiation interruption and poorer treatment response.
A], January 22 ( ANI ): Sadness and anticipatory grief are normal reactions to the various crises faced during cancer and now, a recent study has found that even mild depressive symptoms were associated with poorer overall survival.
Nobody voted to be poorer and the Leave campaign promised we could continue to be a part of the single market.
Even though larger mosquito populations were found in poorer neighborhoods, the Asian tiger mosquito found places to breed in higher-income neighborhoods too.
In Northern Ireland, voters are already required to show photographic ID, but there the cards are provided free to prevent poorer people being disenfranchised.
One in five youngsters had work experience thanks to their parents -twice as many as those from a poorer background, research by the Prince's Trust found.
What we should be doing is looking in the long term to make the poorer member countries more equal and their citizens more content to stay in their homelands.
Out of the 24 Russell Group universities, Oxford had the lowest proportion of entrants from poorer backgrounds at one in 10, the analysis shows, followed by Cambridge with 10.
Authored by Nikolaus Antonakakis from the Webster Vienna Private University in Austria along with Alan Collins from the University of Portsmouth, the study claimed that the monetary crisis in the poorer countries of the currency union has the potential to also turn into a health crisis.
In his speech during the National Unity Party (NUP) convention on Monday at Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, Binay said part of the wealth generated by richer cities that go to IRA should be coursed to the IRA of poorer municipalities.
Women who have a myocardial infarction (MI, or heart attack) report higher amounts of stress in their lives and have a poorer recovery following their MI than men, according to a study that appeared online Feb.
THERESA May has been accused of giving priority to wealthy flood victims ahead of poorer residents in high crime areas.
This paper tests whether public support for immigration restriction is empirically driven by factors such as resource scarcity and economic stagnation, skill supply of native and immigrant workers, and the origin of immigrants from poorer countries within and outside the EU.
The paradox essentially states that while richer people are happier than poorer people; richer societies are not happier than poorer societies.
There are about 33,000 in the UK - with a higher concentration in poorer areas where the most vulnerable are being sucked in to a game they cannot win.