evacuee : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i vak yooh ee

  • n  a person who has been evacuated from a dangerous place

  • A juvenile evacuee was charged with accessory to murder in Baton Rouge after a man was found shot dead in the street.
  • The long-term cost of serving 4,700 evacuee students, times an average estimated annual student cost of $7,500, equals a total of $35.
  • Outside Atlanta this week, another Katrina evacueerapper Jerome "Slim Rome" Spearskilled his girlfriend and wounded her son before committing suicide, according to police.
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  • Bill Simon in PR Newswire (press release)
    One of our Dallas-area pharmacists told me about a Hurricane Katrina evacuee who needed two medications costing $155 a month,Simon said. "But with his benefits exhausted, no insurance, and no steady work, all he could get was $25 from a...
  • Rick Perry in KTRE
    This extension is a good start, but more time will be needed to ensure the needs of every evacuee are met. It is an enormous challenge to address the unique housing needs of each individual and family,Governor Perry said.
  • President Bush in Environment News Service
    We know that many of you no longer have the legal documents or the records to prove your eligibility for the benefits you've been getting,Bush said. "We understand that. And so with this evacuee status, you will be able to register for...

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