poorness


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The Bluebirds finished near the bottom of the basement that term, with the poorness of Doncaster meaning there was not even the excitement of potentially 'dropping out of the Football League alltogether' to get excited about.
This occurred amid "inhumane conditions that included not being able to use bathrooms, lack of food and the poorness of food offered, undrinkable water and absence of ventilation", according to the report.
On the occasion, Ahsan Iqbal said that no businessman will pay heed to the call of Imran Khan and Imran has become a failed picture of desperation and poorness.
How much of that was down to the poorness of the opposition on the day is open to debate, but coming after the dynamic flank duo tore England apart in that memorable trouncing back in March, there is a growing feeling that this combination must be the way forward.
According to them recognising individual's understanding about his/her poorness is ethically acceptable than 'designate' poverty to them based on what they have or have not (Arisetiarso, 2004).
A spokesman of Punjab Education Foundation stated this in a statement said that the purpose of this expansion is to further extend the facility of free school education to more deserving students living in remote and less-developed areas of these districts where number of schools is inadequate or the poorness of the people hinders schooling of their children.
Temperament, with its large biological component, tends to be similar among family members, with outliers suffering the consequence of poorness of fit with the pack.