• About 19.4% of the population were below the poverty line.
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  • About 30.6% of Lock Haven's population lived below the poverty line between 2005 and 2009.
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  • About 9.3% of families and 14.6% of the population were below the poverty line, including 14.6% of those under age 18 and 7.7% of those age 65 or over.
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  • According to 2010 data, 31.3% of its total population is poor, including 9.8% that lives in poverty.
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  • After thirteen months, poverty forced Johnson to leave Oxford without taking a degree, and he returned to Lichfield.
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  • Although the Industrial Revolution brought wealth to the city, it also brought poverty and squalor to a large part of the population.
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  • Ann's family falls into poverty and is on the brink of losing their home, but Mary is able to pay off their debts after her marriage to Charles gives her limited control over her money.
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  • As a conjoint program with Africare, the sorority sought to decrease poverty in African villages.
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  • At the end of the Second Malaysia Plan, the poverty rate was found to have declined from 49% to 43%.
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  • Ballard eventually sank into poverty and died abruptly on February 22, 1976 from coronary thrombosis at the age of 32.
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  • Caithness Heat and Power have announced plans to tackle fuel poverty in Wick by utilising a wood chip CHP scheme in partnership with the Old Pulteney Distillery.
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  • During this era, France saw a tightening of social structures, with a lower class steeped in overwhelming poverty.
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  • Federal poverty guidelines, and many have difficulties in meeting their nutritional needs due to increasing inflation and economic stagnation in the island.
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  • For the rest of his life he lived generally in poverty.
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  • From the 1870s they were characterised in culture as often shiftless, untrustworthy and responsible for their own poverty.
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  • He complains to his friend Émile about his early days as a scholar, living in poverty with an elderly landlord and her daughter Pauline, while trying fruitlessly to win the heart of a beautiful but aloof woman named Foedora.
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  • However, as of 2010, an estimated 13.3% of the population lived below the poverty line, and the unemployment rate was 7.1%.
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  • Hundreds of ill-equipped settlements have been attributed to this people as Late Harappans a completely de-urbanised culture characterized by rising illiteracy, less complex economy, unsophisticated administration and poverty.
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  • In addition to concerns about cost overruns, individuals and organizations have complained that the money spent on the park might have gone to other worthy causes, citing poverty in Chicago and problems in the city's schools.
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  • It quickly became evident that, contrary to the rumors, Norton had died in complete poverty.
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  • Johnson felt guilty about the poverty in which he believed he had forced Tetty to live, and blamed himself for neglecting her.
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  • Many of the problems related to poverty (such as illness, overcrowded housing, unemployment, school absenteeism, refusal to learn German, etc.) emphasized their distinctiveness for not only the Christian Germans, but for the local Jewish populations as well.
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  • Mary Shelley enjoyed the stimulating society of William Godwin's circle, but poverty prevented her from socialising as she wished.
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  • Measures of high poverty rates in similar college towns, however, is not uncommon across the U.S.
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  • Minnie's experience reflected broader issues in the industry surrounding artists, who were often older, had limited education or English language ability, and faced serious poverty both themselves and amongst their families.
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  • Newspapers are limited in quantity and distribution, and circulation figures are small due to transportation costs, low literacy rates, and poverty.
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