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low-income

[loh-in-kuhm] /ˈloʊˈɪn kʌm/
adjective
1.
of or relating to those with a relatively small income.
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  • Partly because urban rents have climbed faster than earnings of low-wage workers, low-income families move frequently.
  • These are short-term, relatively low-income activities with a devastating long-lasting effect on climate.
  • She's planning to start a scholarship program for low-income students.
  • And, less than half of the money for water and sanitation projects goes to low-income countries.
  • UC has the highest proportion of low-income students among the country's top research universities.
  • These children all came from the same kind of home: low-income, headed by single parents.
  • The school is now nationally recognized as one that gives low-income children a high-quality education.
  • When will affordable housing be proposed for low-income families besides to live in tents.
  • We will organize trainings and debates in the camps and in low-income neighborhoods.
  • Of course, at one level, the strong presence of low-income students is the pride and glory of the community-college sector.

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