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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pauperize.


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  • 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

  • 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

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


  • 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!

  • They are aimed at "unfriendly" workers, at cannon - and electoral-fodder, to keep the pauperized "wretched of the earth" at bay.

    The global debacle is a profound structural energetic crisis

  • In Victorian England, those driven off land they'd worked by right for centuries by means of Enclosure Acts, were suddenly pauperized, became wandering vagrants and were subject to arbitrary arrest, deposited in stark work houses and marked by the cut of coarse, ugly uniform clothing, labeling them instantly "pariah", enabling them to be easily scapegoated.

    pro invidia

  • He also pauperized the budget for investigating terrorism in favor of prosecuting pornography offenses.

    GreenCine Daily: SFIFF Dispatch. 7.

  • Ambedkar has no agreement with the Marxism that economic interpretation of history is only explanation of history and proletariat has been progressively pauperized.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The government-run health-care system? which in the U.K. is believed to be the necessary institutional corollary to an inalienable right to health care? has pauperized the entire population.

    Is There a ?Right? to Health Care?

  • We have pauperized our nation, most especially our government.

    Harry Fuller: Anybody Wanna Bail Out Some 401Ks?


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