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housing owned or operated by a government and usually offered at low rent to the needy.
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Many of the newer
apartments come with a bomb shelter, complete with a steel door.
, then make it a crime to be homeless.
Many more people were displaced from
than received vouchers.
It could also include information about
All revenues thus collected will be used to build
for the meek.
In return, the company publicly promised to build railways, airports and
Access to student loans, driving licences and
are all now jeopardised by taking drugs.
, already in short supply, is one irritant.
Ex-convicts, whose families are often less than enthusiastic about their return, can also be excluded from
It is one of the largest health care providers, welfare agencies,
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