- n. Plural form of deprivation.
“It repeatedly recalls the deprivations that gave rise to Social Security and Medicare; the latter was a key proposal in John Kennedy's 1960 presidential campaign.”
“It was just awful before," says Vitaly, recalling the deprivations of the 1990s and before that of the Soviet period.”
“It repeatedly recalls the deprivations that gave rise to Social Security and Medicare; the latter was a key proposal in John Kennedy's”
“Half a century fell away as they recalled the deprivations of POW-camp life in Nazi-occupied Austria, where the two never met.”
“The MPI assesses a range of critical factors or "deprivations" at the household level: from education to health outcomes to assets and services.”
“The MPI assesses a range of critical factors or 'deprivations' at the household level: from education to health outcomes to assets and services.”
“And when I reflect on the terrors and deprivations in daily lives here, I cannot return to the relative comforts and security of student life.”
“Efforts to reach an accord with "militants" in the oil producing zone have sometimes been slow and halting, but even in the worst of times, the vast majority of these "militants" was interested in resolving very practical local grievances and deprivations and had no taste for an insurrection that might prove fatal to the national unity of Nigeria.”
“He is also the president of the National Coalition for Dialogue with Tribes of Afghanistan, a grassroots trans-tribal movement that has had much success in unifying all the tribes and an organization that works toward the goal of eliminating the deprivations suffered by the Afghan peoples in the past and continuing into the present.”
“Was this mainly a result of her reluctance to leave her children, her fear of society's condemnation and the financial deprivations she knew she would incur, or was there any element of hoping her husband would change?”
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