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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of pauperize.

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Examples

  • He's proud that teachers, child care workers, ambulance drivers, and many more will be pauperized to pay for the tax cuts he handed out to his corporate masters.

    Dave Zirin: Gov. Scott Walker Puts Out Fire With Gasoline

  • He's proud that teachers, child care workers, ambulance drivers, and many more will be pauperized to pay for the tax cuts he handed out to his corporate masters.

    Dave Zirin: Gov. Scott Walker Puts Out Fire With Gasoline

  • He's proud that teachers, child care workers, ambulance drivers, and many more will be pauperized to pay for the tax cuts he handed out to his corporate masters.

    Dave Zirin: Gov. Scott Walker Puts Out Fire With Gasoline

  • He's proud that teachers, child care workers, ambulance drivers, and many more will be pauperized to pay for the tax cuts he handed out to his corporate masters.

    Dave Zirin: Gov. Scott Walker Puts Out Fire With Gasoline

  • Emery had been surprised and appalled by the sudden influx of pauperized families to his outpost on the riverbank.

    Colossus

  • Emery had been surprised and appalled by the sudden influx of pauperized families to his outpost on the riverbank.

    Colossus

  • States like South Korea are shifting their alliances so that they are not clients of a failed pauperized nation like the US.

    i have been saying this for 2 years now

  • States like South Korea are shifting their alliances so that they are not clients of a failed pauperized nation like the US.

    30 « September « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • States like South Korea are shifting their alliances so that they are not clients of a failed pauperized nation like the US.

    September « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • Not only will there not be a single cent raised for the state by taxing oil or tobacco, Schwarzenegger and the Republicans privatized $1 billion from the workman's compensation insurance system, gutted all levels of the education budget, pauperized state workers with a third "furlough" day each month, raided the coffers of local governments, and even gave away the first new oil-drilling leases off the Santa Barbara coast in 40 years.

    Joseph A. Palermo: The Republicans Win Big in California!

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