self-support

[ self-suh-pawrt, -pohrt, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-support

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There are some qualities which are gained by self-support better than in any other way.

I do not ignore this, and shall have more to say of self-support elsewhere.

The problem of the negro relates to his capacity for improvement and self-support.

Self-support is essential to the possession of a permanent and happy home.

Diligence was enjoined for self-support, and that others might be helped.

She asked herself that now, and then her self-support became uneven.

But to face the foreign invader, had this poor people any self-support?

The native church must not be judged too harshly for its failure in self-support.

But may there not be some doubts of their self-support in milder regions?

Many of the churches on the Gold Coast have attained to a position of self-support.

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