indigent :

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in di juhnt

  • s  poor enough to need help from others

  • After the market crash, he had become so indigent that he had to survive on dole.
  • Michael Murphy, Clark County coroner and president of the International Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners, says he's seen a definite uptick in the number of indigent .
  • His first real commercial success, One More Spring, followed the fortunes of a group of indigent outcasts who sought shelter in a street cleaner's tool shed in Central Park.
News & Articles

  • In Manatee tax vote, both sides cry foul
    A sales tax referendum to fund indigent medical care is creating a rift.
    June 12, 2013 - The Sarasota Herald-Tribune
    DANBURY -- Members of the Main Street Partnership have asked for a legal opinion on controversial zoning recommendations that would ban future services for the mentally ill and the indigent in the city's center.
    June 10, 2013 - The News-Times

  • Eliot Spitzer in Amsterdam News
    Spitzer added "these volunteers help ensure that our state's most vulnerable residents - the indigent, children and seniors - receive the food they need to remain healthy and productive."
  • Ray Aguilar in Houston Chronicle
    The current economic climate has created a crisis in the need for civil legal services that can be expected to increase as our indigent and working poor face legal problems caused by events such as unemployment, predatory loans, uninsured medical... Janice M. Holder The Daily News Journal Jun 22, 2010 51054 68663 indigent Indigent people can't afford ...... good lawyers and get off," Aguilar said.

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