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(1) Some beggars are neither poverty-stricken nor homeless.
(2) Born to a poverty-stricken family, she dragged herself out of the gutter to become one of the wealthiest people in Britain today.
(3) I wandered through a poverty-stricken village in the countryside, flies swarming over me under a baking sun.
(4) You drank because you were poverty-stricken, Mamma, both in pocket and in spirit.
(5) The poverty-stricken could then take over the deserted metropolises.
(6) His photographs show vividly the lives of poverty-stricken families in the Gorbals area of Glasgow.
(7) When Rama was king, I was poverty-stricken, procured a magic quill, and came here, just like you.
(8) Everything conspires, therefore, to isolate and ignore that poverty-stricken world and leave it to its own devices.
(9) Not that he had ever been as poverty-stricken as the poor fellow in the film.
(10) At the moment[sentencedict.com], many poverty-stricken communities are experiencing a shortage of teachers.
(11) The disease mainly occurs in remote poverty-stricken areas, with limited or no access to safe drinking water.
(12) The Pope is visiting some of the most poverty-stricken areas of the city.
(13) Based on my experiences in poverty-stricken areas, I suggested that while the emotions we had were painful, they could also be important in helping us to move forward.
(14) Yet the area also includes poverty-stricken Bridgeport, which brings down the bottom of the averages.
(15) Her personal devotion has taken her to poverty-stricken areas to visit TB patients.
(16) There are few jobs for the peasants who have flooded into the cities from the poverty-stricken countryside in search of work.
(17) They are trying to build up funds to relieve the poverty-stricken families.
(18) Governments turn a blind eye to the thousands of poverty-stricken families that migrate to the forest every year.
(19) His security police are no strangers to intimidation when it comes to striking fear into Ciskei's 850,000 poverty-stricken people.
(20) A man was walking down a street, and the street was narrow, mean, full of poverty-stricken houses. Sentencedict.com
(21) The system that is so good at churning out Olympic medalists seems to be even better at producing poverty-stricken retired athletes.
(22) " Margaret Sanger, who courageously pioneered the cause of birth control, icily promoted contraception "to be used in poverty-stricken slums, jungles and among the most ignorant people.
(23) Delivering water has been one of the major challenges in providing relief to the poverty-stricken country.
(24) Its supporters promise jobs and investment in an arid, poverty-stricken part of Kenya.
(25) But The Sunday Times found that in this remote corner of a poverty-stricken province, the European demand for mercury had brought the miners back.
(26) As for the Shanghai shenanigan , I suggest a different approach: Let the government give pajamas to rural residents in poverty-stricken areas.
(27) Les Brown and his twin brother were adopted by Mamie Brown, a kitchen worker and maid, shortly after their birth in a poverty-stricken Miami neighborhood.
(28) The hamlet of Huaxi, created on 0.6 square miles (a square kilometer) of rocky land in eastern Jiangsu province, was like hundreds of poverty-stricken villages around the country.
(29) Three is to launch the trial of basic medical insurance for urban residents that mainly covers major illnesses, with the government providing necessary assistance to the poverty-stricken population.
(30) Yet it is worthwhile to look at China objectively, to see what has enabled it to change within one generation from a poverty-stricken country to one of the world's largest economies.
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