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public housing

noun
1.
housing owned or operated by a government and usually offered at low rent to the needy.
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Examples for public housing
  • Many of the newer public housing apartments come with a bomb shelter, complete with a steel door.
  • Shut down public housing, then make it a crime to be homeless.
  • Many more people were displaced from public housing than received vouchers.
  • It could also include information about public housing options.
  • All revenues thus collected will be used to build public housing for the meek.
  • In return, the company publicly promised to build railways, airports and public housing.
  • Access to student loans, driving licences and public housing are all now jeopardised by taking drugs.
  • public housing, already in short supply, is one irritant.
  • Ex-convicts, whose families are often less than enthusiastic about their return, can also be excluded from public housing.
  • It is one of the largest health care providers, welfare agencies, public housing and educators.

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