How To Use Poor In A Sentence

  • The poor bugger has nowhere else to sleep.
  • Though serfs were freed in 1864, they remained poor sharecroppers and staged a massive peasant uprising in 1907.
  • With no warning signs on either side and under poor lighting, the road is a death trap for motorists.
  • Although these vegetables adapt well to our temperate climate, they tend to crop poorly.
  • A partially blind, poor, black man with little or no book learning outside of the Bible heard a call.
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  • Since corporate America is more interested in hoarding than rehiring, the New Poor are going to be around for awhile. Mark Olmsted: No Pizza, No Peace: The New Poor and the Coming Blowback
  • The poorer the soil and the older the lawn, the better will be the flower display, but most park lawns will contain self-heal, daisy, achillea, and cat's-ear.
  • Dance the coxswain was the first affected in that way, but after a few moments Mark felt that the poor fellow had been suffering in The Black Bar
  • These have damaged an already poorly performing economy. The Sun
  • It's a poor teacher who can only control the class by roaring at the children.
  • The innkeeper, who was a choleric gnome of poor disposition, looked out of the door. STARDUST
  • It doesn't matter whether their poor credit ratings result from the poor handling of their accounts or from predatory lending practices that trapped them in a mountain of debt.
  • Well, sir, I won't say anything about the hextry gas, though a poor widder and sevenpence hextry on the thousand, but I'm thinkin 'if you would give my Rosie a lesson once a week on that there pianner, it would be a kind of set-off, for you know, sir, the policeman tells me your winder is a landmark to' im on the foggiest nights. The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes
  • When you see this poor guy being followed everywhere he goes by hordes of people, it's actually terribly sad.
  • HPL lived and died in genteel poverty, and some biographers have suggested that poor diet brought on by poverty may have hastened his death. Someone Is Angry On the Internet
  • Compared to a Finno-Ugric language like Estonian or Hungarian, which has tons of cases with exotic names like the inessive, superessive, ablative, translative, and exessive, English seems as poor as a pauper on payday. 2009 October « Motivated Grammar
  • At first I was minded to send a boat after them, but by this time the rafts were a good two miles beyond the harbour, and Mrs. Purchase said, 'No, they can do no good, poor dears; let them have their few hours' pleasure. ' Shining Ferry
  • With no requalifying for the Ryder Cup, no wild-card picks and no apparent animosity, the only thing to talk about has been how poorly many of the team members are playing.
  • Just remember the poor little critters the next time you're caught out without a brolly! The Sun
  • What was the State of Florida doing to these poor, dumb animals?
  • The Bantustans represented an imposed tribalism, with indigenous Africans forcibly displaced onto reservations carved out of the country's poorest land.
  • My poor Lirriper was a handsome figure of a man, with a beaming eye and a voice as mellow as a musical instrument made of honey and steel, but he had ever been a free liver being in the commercial travelling line and travelling what he called a limekiln road — “a dry road, Emma my dear,” my poor Lirriper says to me, “where I have to lay the dust with one drink or another all day long and half the night, and it wears me Emma” — and this led to his running through a good deal and might have run through the turnpike too when that dreadful horse that never would stand still for a single instant set off, but for its being night and the gate shut and consequently took his wheel, my poor Lirriper and the gig smashed to atoms and never spoke afterwards. Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgings
  • I must admit to being a biased Observor here, as I do relatively poorly with the math elements of Economics, and I have attempted a writing career of expressing Economics in nonmathematical terms. Math and Economics, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Love for others, concern for justice and the poor are not so much a question of social morals as the expression of a sacramental conception of Christian morality because, through priestly ministry, the spiritual sacrifice of all the faithful is accomplished, in union with the sacrifice of Christ, the only mediator. Pope on the Essential Elements of Priestly Ministry
  • And that was all my poor cousin got by making his old mistress his new wife — not a drum, not a trumpet, not a fife, not a tabret, nor the expectation of a new joy, to animate him on! Clarissa Harlowe
  • With the exception of one guy, whose name escapes me right now, the DJs are a pretty poor bunch too.
  • In the twelfth century the canon lawyers devised an elaborate, and comparatively humane, legal framework for poor relief.
  • A poor game was redeemed in the second half by a couple of superb goals from Anthony Edwards.
  • Getting involved in European companies is likely to bring a complexity of personnel management that will blow their minds," Graeme Maxton, a Europe-based independent auto industry analyst, told the news service, noting Chinese companies 'poor track record of managing their businesses. DealBook
  • The broadband Internet Service Provider is under fire for its poor customer service with punters up in arms at being left without phone and broadband.
  • The software tycoon urges rich people to live humbly and aid the poor.
  • And so it is quite disappointing that this volume was very poorly edited.
  • Being victims of their own success, many dime novels and yellowbacks are fragile or in poor repair.
  • Poor sanitation always leads to the spread of disease and to deaths from infectious diseases. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings
  • The poor litigant will wait for the somnolescent process and leisurely pronouncement and the wealthy litigant will have his case speedily terminated. The Hindu - Front Page
  • He made a poor joke or two and an excuse to leave. Times, Sunday Times
  • That is Mr Obama's stated aim, but the prospects for a comprehensive cap - and - trade bill look poor.
  • When he played poorly, which happened too often, the Bears lost, often in lopsided fashion. Around the Pac-10 Conference
  • In developing countries like India, it is the wealthier and better-educated who tend to be aspirational; the poor are not yet in a position to aspire to much of anything.
  • Was there ever such a man?" said Mr. Mordacks to himself, as he rode back to Flamborough against the bitter wind, after "fettling" the affairs of the poor Carroways, as well as might be for the present. Mary Anerley : a Yorkshire Tale
  • With poor mineral resources, its prospects as an independent, viable country were secured by the invention of refrigeration.
  • Robin Hood had no scruples about robbing the rich to give to the poor.
  • It was said that national crimes can only be, and frequently are, punished in this world by _national punishments_, and that the continuance of the slave trade, and thus giving it a national character, sanction, and encouragement, ought to be considered as justly exposing us to the displeasure and vengeance of him who is equally the Lord of all, and who views with equal eye the poor _African slave_ and his _American master_! [ The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus
  • I was a little miffed that we'd had such a poor fishing day. Times, Sunday Times
  • The awkwardness between them soon vanished when they began laughing and mocking the poorly produced film.
  • Were Medicare abolished, the nonpoor would finance health care in their old age by buying health insurance when they were young. Becker and Posner vs. Medicare, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Loosely based on an old Montreal myth about a phantom ship and a shadowy captain (according to the poorly translated English press release), the maze is made up of five connected game zones.
  • Teddington slumped to a 151 run defeat in one of their poorest performances of the season against Ealing on Saturday.
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  • The Gonubie River does not have a typically big flushing flow while silting in Transkei rivers is a result of ‘poor land use practice’.
  • This journey made him the exporter of revolution to liberate Latin America's poor.
  • Symptoms include extreme exhaustion, muscle pain, headaches and poor concentration. The Sun
  • Why I come to you at this tyme, is to desire your honour unfainedly to delcare vnto me, whether anye daunger is ment towards my maistres this night or no that I and my poore fellowes maye take such part as shal please god to appoint. From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558
  • The poor little mite was obviously distressed and was hobbling around on its good leg, often resting on the ground.
  • But dropsy was still poorly understood until Bright, who put it all together with diseased kidneys and albuminuria and distinguished dropsies of renal origin from other etiologies.
  • In destinations such as Sharm el-Sheikh, which attract willing but poor hands from across the country looking for work, the effect is magnified. Egypt economy awaits its lost tourists
  • Some species with large mouths and small bills, such as nighthawks, whip-poor wills, and the aptly named frogmouth owls, open their bills wide as they fly into insects, and the prey is captured in the birds’ gaping maws.
  • Half-an-hour later they were launching the canoe and loading up, while the storekeeper made jocular remarks about poor, weak mortals and the contagiousness of "stampedin 'fever. TOO MUCH GOLD
  • While on the subject of that patient, although he does eventually say: Once believed to be rare, the malady, also called celiac sprue, is now recognized more frequently thanks to sophisticated diagnostic tests. the fact remains that fifteen years ago, when this poor lady began her medical misadventures, anyone who even thought of celiac disease would have been -- correctly -- laughed out of the conference room. "How Doctors Think": A Disappointment
  • She said, It hath reached me, O auspicious King, that when Kamar al-Zaman, son of King Shahriman, went to the Hammam, his father in his joy at this event freed the prisoners, and presented splendid dresses to his grandees and bestowed large alm-gifts upon the poor and bade decorate the city seven days. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Laws grind the poor, and rich men rule the law. 
  • Where ownership is not committed to long-term success, the prognosis for ongoing performance improvement is poor.
  • Poor Sulkorig is dead by misadventure, his head broken by the hoof of the Lord Constable's horse. IRONCROWN MOON: PART TWO OF THE BOREAL MOON TALE
  • But perhaps you just feel sorry for the poor rabbit. Times, Sunday Times
  • She usually poor-mouths when it's her turn to contribute.
  • Here's John Adams on Thomas Paine's famous 1776 pamphlet "Common Sense": "What a poor, ignorant, malicious, short-sighted, crapulous mass. William Hogeland: How John Adams and Thomas Paine Clashed Over Economic Equality
  • People have called me "alm" as in "alms for the poor" in the past, and I thought it was funny how I read it in my head one way and everyone else had it differently. honeychild because honey is natural, durable and versatile. and we are all children -- that child in us never leaves -- the outer casing just grows up and gets older looking. lol LJWorld.com stories: News
  • Richard inspected and rejected as poor towel substitutes a loofah, a half-empty bottle of shampoo, and a small yellow rubber duck. NEVERWHERE
  • In a manuscript written in 1299 by Pissazzo, the author says: "I find myself so pressed by age that I can neither read nor write without those glasses they call spectacles, lately invented, to the great advantage of poor old men when their sight grows weak. Scientific American Supplement No. 822, October 3, 1891
  • Poor messaging isn't the only possible cause for the increase in denial: politicians — mostly on the right — have aggressively pushed the climate-change-is-a-hoax trope.
  • Hunger and poverty often compel the poor to overexploit the resources on which their own livelihoods depend.
  • Even after all these thousands of years of human settlement, the vastness of Majipoor was such that ample room for expansion still remained. LORD PRESTIMION
  • Numps has sent for me to see poor little Greek and Latin hobble to the altar, but, 'tis a million to one, if our noble baronet does not whisk you there before her. Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth
  • They are poor amid wealth and their living conditions are lousy.
  • The nurse said my mother had rallied after a poor night.
  • Whether a place is poor or well-off depends not on the size of the town government building.
  • The picture of these poor mites could not be more wretched. Times, Sunday Times
  • One of the silly arguments of those deafening poorly designed electronic voting machines is that there's never been any evidence that they miscount votes.
  • Poor female alpacas are pregnant for nearly 12 months and have no sooner had a baby, known as a cria, than they are keen to breed again. icBirmingham
  • Mediocrity is not the lack of effort, but the lack of goals; dream is not without action, but the action is too late; the poor is not hard, but the lack of expertise; lazy not pace, but the pace is too shallow.
  • The budget should reflect policy priorities of social needs cluster departments as a re-affirmation of government's strategic focus on developing the poor and underdeveloped communities.
  • He was known for his poor grammar and punctuation.
  • The data will strengthen arguments that raising the retirement age will penalise the poorest. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was shocked by the vitriol in Washington and by his own poor judgment.
  • Illiteracy is widespread among the poor.
  • But the Decatur plant is not the only facility cited for poor quality standards.
  • The foundation, which helps make the dreams of poorly boys and girls come true, arranged for Chloe to meet some dolphins at an aquarium in Benidorm.
  • Trophic means concerned with nutrition, and oligotrophic lakes are poorly fed; that is, they have a low concentration of nutrient elements such as nitrogen and phosphorus.
  • The same illustration with the boy can also be translated into our global society where we have poor and wealthy nations.
  • This has created a crisis in the armed forces with high desertion rates, poor morale and a sharp drop in military recruitment.
  • Soybean protein fiber is of many excellent properties, but poor crinkle - proof and dimension stability.
  • Items with few words can probably be decoded, albeit laboriously, with adequate comprehension by even the majority of poor readers.
  • Fortunately, we drew a rational, deliberative judge, unswayed by the case's racially charged nature: a poor black kid against a rich white Ivy Leaguer.
  • We collected a bundle of old clothes to be given to poor people.
  • D'ye know, that Irish lunatic absolutely ran the gauntlet of pandy fire to get back into Lucknow, and bring out Outram and Havelock in person (with the poor old Gravedigger hardly able to hobble along) just so that they could greet Sir Colin as he covered the last few furlongs? Fiancée
  • One of the strongest non-random patterns is that rich and powerful people are healthier than poor and powerless people.
  • Poetry is that fine particle within us, that expands, rarefies, refines, raises our whole being: without it "man's life is poor as beast's". English literary criticism
  • Some people may regard radio as the poor relation of broadcasting.
  • I but stretched them up in the sun," she sniffled, "and we be poor people and have nothing. THE MASTER OF MYSTERY
  • Colours were good, if none too subtle, but poor contrast made for murky dark scenes with objects lacking depth. Times, Sunday Times
  • Perhaps because most of the cast is made up of relative no-names, we shouldn't expect the caliber of their talent to be very high, but more of the blame for the poor performances can be laid at the director's feet.
  • In partisan Republican circles, the pursuit of voter fraud is code for suppressing the votes of minorities and poor people. Archive 2007-03-01
  • Had she driven poor Tina away by hesitating about paying for the installation of a bathroom?
  • But you make me laugh, puttin 'on airs an' pretendin 'to do it for spoort -- "Wimmen ha'n't got no sense o' spoort, "says you, all solemn as owls. Corporal Sam and Other Stories
  • The unbanked tend to be poor.
  • A poor script with bad dialogue and a cheesy, contrived family crisis doesn't help her much.
  • And final confirmation of my poor state of mind from lack of sleep came when Mark returned from going out.
  • Sun yesterday ice hockey team as a poor second option is totally wrong. The Sun
  • The huddle of poor dwellings, too small to be named a village, clings plastered like martens' nests against rocks, high above a green river.
  • The Department of Departments would like ur repoorts in elebenty-plicate. I shall do my job - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • The cider and vodka combination is far too lethal for my poor liver so I ended up puking.
  • Poor trading figures put back our plans for expansion.
  • Rich men with tailored suits knelt by poor men in tattered clothes.
  • Of course, in some sense, this is a regressive tax as poorer laborers are probably the least likely to have flexibility in setting their work schedules for the sake of avoiding the higher taxes.
  • Thereupon Shawahi came forward and kissing the ground before the Queen, took the hem of her garment and laid it on her head, saying, O Queen, by my claim for fosterage, be not hasty with him, more by token of thy knowledge that this poor wretch is a stranger, who hath adventured himself and suffered what none ever suffered before him, and Allah (to whom belong Might and The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • A high quality metaanalysis cannot resurrect poor quality clinical trials.
  • Earlier they used to provide some nutritive food supplements to the poor patients.
  • Mini" is short for a security called the S&P 500 E-mini future, an electronically traded derivative that rises and falls with the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index and is sold in smaller units than other index futures. How hedge fund manager Steve Cohen averaged 30% returns for 18 years
  • The book is ridiculously baggy and poorly paced: my paperback is practically cuboidal but in its 700 words pages big events are often compressed whilst minor ones are leisurely pondered. Revelation, Redemption and Absolution
  • The quality of legal argument and analysis in American courts, in particular state supreme courts, is often quite poor on issues of private law that the readers of this blog are likely to think arcane or technical. Balkinization
  • Don't amend the soil with compost or other fertilizers unless your soil is so poor it won't even grow weeds.
  • So while you are losing your home Mr Main street guy how about folking over that last dollar in your pocket to help the poor banker who made $40 mill in bonus last year (life must be tough). blog maverick
  • Those confronting the Raj here were poor, unlettered peasants.
  • Salute the bedmaker in my name — give my service to the cook, and pray take care of poor Ponto, for the sake of his old master, who is, and ever will be, The Expedition of Humphry Clinker
  • The organization dispenses free health care to the poor.
  • In Greece, rich aristocrats used gold and silver in life, while poor rustics used wooden vessels.
  • When a manager is told that his performance is indifferent or poor, it's not something he is going to take lightly. Times, Sunday Times
  • So poor they can hardly exist.
  • That's why my parents don't suspect I'm doing drugs since they think that all druggies get bad grades and do poorly in school.
  • Evidence has been growing that shows cash transfers to be an effective means of helping the poor. Christianity Today
  • Not only does this demonstrate a poor commitment to oneness, it is also very poor leadership technique.
  • But my poor blear eyes like a bat's, startled me at my shadow on the flagstones. Chapter 22
  • It's a betrayal of promises on a grand scale, and all the worse for being a betrayal of the poorest people in the world.
  • The welfare state was set up to provide a safety net for the poor and needy.
  • Surely, as this puny, completely drunk man lay on top of that poor child, any one of them could have yanked him off?
  • He came to believe that working people, poor people, put down and stepped upon, had to organize if they were going to clean up the slums, fight the corruption that exploited them, and get a handhold on the first rung of the ladder up and out. Bill Moyers: Saul Alinsky, Who?
  • Most of the time, our rich pocket, but poor head; we have a dream, but the lack of thought.
  • Opponents would claim that the sight of placard-wielding pickets outside various religious functions presents the Gospel in a poor light.
  • the poor tarred-and-feathered wretch
  • Adrina had tried not to look too happy when she heard the news, but poor Tam's expression had been pathetically grateful. TREASON KEEP
  • Better poor with honour than rich with shame. 
  • I'm sure Dido will be so good for you -- all that vivacity -- so different from poor Grace who was prone to melancholy. ULTIMATE PRIZES
  • The poor might have given him the edge this time, but how happy are they going to be when the promised economic sunshine proves to be a mirage?
  • First thing that shocks is the decor - everything looks really dated - the sofas seem to be fraying at the edges and the wooden dancefloor is in a poor condition.
  • North Africans make up the largest and poorest immigrant group in the country.
  • Can rock ever again generate the poorly-constructed yet subversive caterwaul for which I once fell in love with it?
  • He watched the poor wretch the commanding officer was lecturing, and looked on him with little pity.
  • For one farthing, given to a poor man in alms, a man is made partaker of the beatifical vision. From the Talmud and Hebraica
  • Poor bantam building block, what had you ever done since the beginning of time and space to deserve such shabby treatment?
  • Some of the dogs are poorly fed or underfed, perhaps because after spending a lot of money to buy them, their owners do not want to spend any more to get them proper food.
  • These poor kids are … learning from each other that their worth (in the eyes of the opposite sex) is found solely in the skin they expose and how they physically mesmerize the other. ProWomanProLife » Modesty, nudity, identity
  • There has also been a blizzard of complaints about poor customer service, falling earnings, rising debt, and a hostile attempt to force changes at board level.
  • The poor and the hungry need to be the focus of our economic and social responsibility. Times, Sunday Times
  • While this increase or decrease in many instances is a natural fight of nature against the intrusion of opposing elements into the body, it frequently assumes dimensions that are most unpleasant and seriously impair the health, such as catarrhal conditions, all of which are due to poor or degenerated cells of this tissue. Valere Aude Dare to Be Healthy, Or, The Light of Physical Regeneration
  • A former driving school car is also easily spotted by the poor panel gaps and resprayed bodywork that come from the numerous minor prangs of learner drivers.
  • Howard Gardner has said, “Many people with IQs of 160 work for people with IQs of 100 if the former have poor intrapersonal intelligence and the latter have a high one.” Testing for Kindergarten
  • Most central city schools serve primarily poor, working class and minority students.
  • Ostentatious expenditure focused the attention of the poor on the wealth of the wealthy, for this of course was its purpose.
  • A poor man came to the house this morning, begging for food.
  • Poor Sundry Buyers continually pressed his abdomen as he toiled around the deck-capstans; and never was Nancy's face quite so forlorn as when he obeyed the Maltese Cockney's command and went up to loose the mizzen-skysail. CHAPTER L
  • Frequently the behaviors associated with dependency are also associated with poor self-esteem.
  • Endearingly fey one minute, Norton will then go straight for the jugular of some poor, taste-challenged Pom in the audience, or phone an American eccentric on his dog-phone.
  • Wisdom and understanding have always been powerful and effective weapons against a poor belief/approach.
  • The Swedish immigrants were mainly from very poor rural areas Småland that were badly hit by tough years with bad havest. Are Low-Skilled Americans the Master Race?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The crude items of every day use that were the few meager processions of the poor have become the prestige consumption of the affluent.
  • These include clavate ribbons with a rounded upper end and a somewhat pointed lower end, but devoid of any rhizoidal holdfast structures; such ribbons may be poorly preserved Baculiphyca taeniata.
  • The demonstrators seemed to be from a complete cross-section of society - male and female, old and young, rich and poor.
  • This type of vinyl is a poor substitute for leather.
  • I am inclined to agree with Sanders that the Federal Reserve showed poor leadership as the economic mess we're in unfolded, But I think Greenspan is much more to blame for the whole mess than Bernanke. Early fireworks in Bernanke confirmation drama
  • Women are said to be poor at reading maps.
  • This is a hefty blow, considering that it represents half of the already poor profits the company expected to announce for its next interims on 23 November.
  • Rather a major problem is that the financial gap between the prosperous and poorer classes has been widening.
  • Moreover it seems to me atrocious that we who insist on seven millions of Catholics supporting a church they call heretical, should dare to talk of our scruples (conscientious scruples forsooth!) about assisting with a poor pittance of very insufficient charity their 'damnable idolatry.' The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • An anemic supply chain, poor infrastructure, and government red tape have kept manufacturers away for years.
  • The continent's rich linguistic diversity has been poorly explored, developed, and sanctioned.
  • Now, now Roger, I'm sure you didn't mean it but that remark was in very poor taste.
  • Poor Gloria, " she said, although she was secretly delighted.
  • 5000 employees came out on strike in protest at the poor working conditions.
  • They are like ticks on a dog, they suck the lifeblood out of the poor bees. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have a kind of fondness for the old poorly done by clubs like Fitzroy, even if they have been gobbled up by the Lions.
  • By mid-century, the Marxist sociologist C. Wright Mills could write persuasively…of American office and store workers as a new proletariat, no less regimented, poorly paid, and declassed than manual workers of the previous century.
  • He says the crossing patrol has poor visibility because of parked cars and the lollipop lady has to weave in between stationary vehicles.
  • Even then, John was a seasoned veteran of local politics; for the last quarter century, he has championed the rights and the needs of the homeless and low-income tenants, the forgotten underclasses of a city that hates the poor.
  • Women who are poor and uneducated are often still at the mercy of abusive partners or relatives.
  • A poor black person would have been in jail already. steven genovese 'Crashers' investigation deepens
  • Such indirect human rights violation under a new regime of international law will also have its impact on the education sector, making higher education inaccessible to the poor.
  • A high proportion of five-year-olds have teeth in poor condition.
  • Land use is inefficient and population distribution poor. Times, Sunday Times
  • And we would feel constrained to confess ourselves poor diagnosticians if George Bernard Shaw, the enfant terrible of nimble wit in contemporaneous literature, succeeded in disproving the existence in himself of the same strain of blood as coursed in the veins of Heinrich Heine. The Social Disability of the Jew
  • How do we get back the passion that poor immigrant children and newly freed slaves once had for education?
  • The Curé would follow the Queen as she collected this small tax for her poor people, a levy which often totaled as much as much as one hundred 'louis' and never less than fifty. Almsgiving of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette
  • Poor internet speeds hold businesses back and hinder social mobility. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mr Clinton singled out education as a vital tool in bridging the gap between rich and poor.
  • Our total reliance on export markets means our local people are too poor to buy products.
  • The spirit of my father grows strong in me, and I will no longer endure it; therefore allow me such exercises as may become a gentleman, or give me the poor allottery my father left me by testament; with that I will go buy my fortunes. Act I. Scene I. As You Like It
  • Furthermore, their relative performance changes: down is a particularly poor insulator when wet, whereas other materials do not differ greatly when wet or dry.
  • On any one day, over 1,000,000 people are in receipt of poor-law relief in the United Kingdom. THE HUNGER WAIL
  • Higher percentages of the elderly than of the general adult population live in accommodation built before 1919 that is often poorly maintained.
  • At home catches of white fish have been poor over the last couple of weeks.
  • The rich subsidizers then perversely declare they cannot possibly expand trade with the poor world because of its shameful disrespect for the environment.

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