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handout

1. n. a gift of money, food, or other goods to a needy person. (Often in the negative, as in the examples.) Give him a handout and send him on his way.
2. n. an informational sheet of paper “handed out” to people. As you can see on your handout, 40 percent of those who started never finished.
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But the fact we are lining the pockets of people who don't even live here anymore, but are still entitled to the handout merely because their children were born here, is ludicrous.
The British government has tabled legislation to Parliament introducing a 'temperature test' aimed at curbing the handout to expats living in a number of countries.
This enhancement brings an additional 2,800+ patient handouts together with more than 3,500 existing drug-information handouts.
For example if we charge just Dh 16 per packet during a handout be assured, it would cost much more if sold outside commercially," says Samer Harkous, the Lebanese Business Development Executive of City Chef, the catering company that also distributes pre-cooked food to several hypermarkets across the UAE, including Carrefour.
Distributing any political handouts inside universities is forbidden by law," said Islam Abdel Khalek, lawyer at the Egyptian Centre for Economic and Social Rights.
Scrap the $2 billion annual handout, and help return the budget to surplus in a way that doesn't harm ordinary Australians.
But they face flak for keeping handouts to India - a total pounds 1.
According to the report from Paris-based economic development think tank the OECD, four percent of 20 to 34-year-olds are on sickness handouts, which is more than twice the OECD average of 1.
Is there a way to obtain all of them for use as handouts for patients?
In speaking about immigration, people who advocate massive or unlimited immigration usually contend that immigrants make Americans wealthier because immigrants are a hardworking group who are not here for government handouts.
Despite pot-loads of cash handouts, there is no development and no forward planning.
In fact, Williams wanted to paper students with handouts designed to "prove" that the United States was founded to be a Christian nation and that promote his fundamentalist beliefs.
The text is based on lecture notes and handouts prepared by John Swanson for graduate-level courses taught at the Institute of Paper Chemistry in Appleton, WI in the 1960s and 1970s.
Distribution of illustrated educational handouts improved cooking safety practices but not other practices.