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“His poems were both erudite and beautiful, but his extreme poverty forced him to take a position on a freight-boat plying up and down the Yangtze.”
“Moreover, he loved her very dearly and spent all his substance in pleasuring and merry-making with her, til he had naught left and extreme poverty was sore upon him.”
“One that I will never forget happened in Cité Soleil, a shantytown with more than a quarter million residents living in extreme poverty on the edge of Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti.”
“Major Franz Anton was unsuccessful in all his theatrical undertakings, and extreme poverty stared them all in the face.”
“In consequence, the surviving Jews of Poland were reduced to a condition of extreme poverty and abjection from which the Polish kings of the second part of the seventeenth century earnestly strove to extricate them.”
“UnitedNations Development Programme (UNDP) to help tackle extreme poverty and achieve the Millennium Development”
“And the first strokes of it fell on the Queen Neachile, who was dispossessed of all her lands, and reduced to live in extreme poverty during the remainder of her days.”
“For the first time the extreme poverty of the place struck Jacky's senses.”
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An extract from the "Zold Tolmacs" project, a HU-EN environmental dictionary compiled by Robert Gulyas in 2000.
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A tribute to Groucho Marx.
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