TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «WELFARITE»
The term «welfarite» is barely ever used and occupies the 199.767
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
9 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WELFARITE»
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Secret police: inside the New York City Department of ...
The city paid the rent of many of these wel- farites with two-party checks, made
out both to the welfare recipient and to her landlord, and sent to the welfarite. The
idea was that the welfarite would sign the check, then turn it over to her landlord,
"reactionary" tag on a man who simply reaffirms democracy. In any event, we've
now gone one step further. We've dropped the "slightly pink" designation and,
reverting to a noun, adopted "social welfarite." It's been an interesting transition.
The Poverty of Life-affirming Work: Motherwork, Education, ...
Where a sense of morality has been entirely usurped by market interests, the
reformed welfare mother becomes the ex-welfarite or the "post-savage" who can
now be more effectively exploited in the labor market. Welfare reform can be read
Mechthild Ursula Hart, 2002
Grand Dictionnaire Hachette-Oxford
... n apôtre m de la proVtection sociale welfarite, ...
Marie-Hélène Corréard, Valerie Grundy, Jean-Benoit Ormal-Grenon, 2007
DICT OPHRYS ANGL FRANC RELIE:
... être assisté social welfarite l'— ] personne bénéficiant de l'aide sociale welkin
firmament well puits, cheminée, cage (ascenseur); the well (of the court) barreau
(lieu où se tiennent les avocats); well-digger puisatier; well-head/spring source ...
Jacques Chevallet, Christian Bouscaren, François Gallix, 1994
Such changes might find in the welfarite a vestige of pride and productivity and
give their lives a purpose in this "best of all possible societies". Perhaps the time
has come to face some of these burgeoning social situations realistically while
Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the ... ...
Lindsay's appointed political oflicials, especially Jule Sugarman and his
associates at the Human Resources Administration (which governs the city
welfare system), usually buckled and ordered the money handed out. In one case
, a welfarite ...
United States. Congress, 1974
“Le” Robert & Collins super senior: grand dictionnaire ...
welfarist iwifunst] adj, n (US Pol) partisan m de l'Etat-providence welfarite * [
Velfunut] n (US pej) assisté(e) m(f) Well [wel] I -□ ml  n ((or water. oil) puits m , [
o( staircase. lift] cage f ; (= shatt between buildings) puits m, cheminée f, (Bril Jur)
Alain Duval, Kathleen Micham, 2000
The Evolutionary Psychology Behind Politics: How ...
From showing how these two strategies adapt in other more complex species in nature, to examining what genetic and neurostructural mechanisms may produce these divergences between individuals, to showing what this theory indicates our ...
Anonymous Conservative, 2012