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In the United States, concerns are highest for the neediest students, those who live in poverty, have special needs and are English Language Learners — but month after month of disrupted education will affect every child.
Marshall’s Democratic opponent, Barbara Bollier, 62, a state senator who only recently left the Republican Party, is also a physician and has centered her platform on pandemic response and expanding health care for needy Kansans.
So the EV maker has long collected fistfuls of credits and found lots of needy buyers, Honda among them.
The department says it could give more money to the neediest neighborhoods and boost nearly funded projects over their last hurdle.
In some cases, an elder chick would also offer food to the neediest sibling, which called out incessantly, irrespective of whether it groomed or not.
A very few weeks flew over the head of the needy man, before he was reduced to the same pitiable straits.
The needy and the poor seek for waters, and there are none: their tongue hath been dry with thirst.
An assistant in the benevolent work of Mme. de la Chanterie, he visited the needy sick whom she pointed out.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
By 1775, there were nine free schools endowed by private philanthropists for the poor and needy.
They all evinced a strong religious character, but in addition had a care for the old and needy.

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