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But ask for friars, soldiers, and State dependents to come and devour our wealth, and instantly you will get them.
All the malcontents cannot become State dependents, but they might easily be helped to acquire an interest in the soil.
The compensation acts secure compensation not only for injured workmen, but should they die, to their dependents.
The phrase, actual dependents, means dependents in fact whether they are wholly or partially dependent.
In the 396 unions, these dependents of able-bodied persons could not be relieved otherwise than in the workhouse.
I also sought every possible opportunity of watching female dependents engaged in the act of urination.
He has written that he had lost more than he was worth by trusting dependents with his purse and delaying to take their account.
SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
They needed food, lease-money for their hired equipment was due, and the dependents at Maquoit must be looked after.
The conquering race becomes a privileged class; those who are subjugated form a class of dependents who possess fewer rights.
He must insure for his dependents the attention of an all-educated physician, and the administration of drugs known to be useless.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION