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  • 81State Socialism — is a term introduced to describe the type of government in countries ruled by communist parties, such as the former USSR, which are generally known as Communist States. However, in its original meaning, communism refers to a situation where there …

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  • 82state — [n1] condition or mode of being accompaniment, attitude, capacity, case, category, chances, character, circumstance, circumstances, contingency, element, environment, essential, estate, event, eventuality, fix, footing, form, frame of mind, humor …

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  • 83State and Local Affairs — ▪ 1997 Introduction       States continued to be at the centre of national debates on public policy during 1996. The U.S. Congress, reacting in part to successful experimentation by a number of states, enacted a historic welfare reform measure… …

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  • 84Welfare economics — Economics …

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  • 85welfare and poverty relief — In China, welfare or fuli evokes a rich connotation of meanings and perceptions. In the broad sense, welfare refers to benefits and entitlements associated with employment, and in particular the collective amenities provided at the workplace for… …

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  • 86Welfare in the People's Republic of China — This article is about the welfare system in the People s Republic of China.In pre 1980s reform China, the socialist state fulfilled the needs of society from cradle to grave. Child care, education, job placement, housing, subsistence, health care …

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  • 87Welfare and Social Services —    Even in a Europe friendly to state financed welfare systems, Austria stands out for the depth and extent of such support and its exceptionally high level of income redistribution through taxation. In part, these arrangements are a legacy of… …

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  • 88Welfare Economics — A branch of economics that focuses on the optimal allocation of resources and goods and how this affects social welfare. Welfare economics analyzes the total good or welfare that is achieve at a current state as well as how it is distributed.… …

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  • 89Welfare trap — The welfare trap theory asserts that taxation and welfare systems can jointly contribute to keep people on social insurance. This is also known as the unemployment trap or poverty trap in the UK.In the UK, there is a distinction between two… …

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  • 90welfare — In the broadest sense, the good of the people. The well being of an individual. In a more limited sense familiar in modern usage, public relief for the poor, as provided under relief or welfare acts. 41 Am J1st Poor L §§ 13 et seq. The whole is… …

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  • 91State of emergency — For other uses, see State of emergency (disambiguation). A state of emergency is a governmental declaration that may suspend some normal functions of the executive, legislative and judicial powers, alert citizens to change their normal behaviours …

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  • 92state — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 condition ADJECTIVE ▪ acceptable, fit, good, healthy ▪ She managed to get the company s finances into a healthy state. ▪ appalling (esp. BrE) …

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  • 93Welfare Reform Act 2007 — The Welfare Reform Act 2007 is a United Kingdom Act of Parliament to alter the British social security system. It was given royal assent on 3 May 2007 and comes into force from that date onwards. A number of sections come into force two months… …

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  • 94welfare — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from the phrase wel faren to fare well Date: 14th century 1. the state of doing well especially in respect to good fortune, happiness, well being, or prosperity < must look out for your own welfare > 2. a. aid&#8230; …

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  • 95welfare — wel|fare [ wel,fer ] noun uncount *** 1. ) care provided by the state or another organization for people in need: the welfare system a ) money given to people who do not have work or who are in need. British usually benefit: Many of the children&#8230; …

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  • 96welfare */*/ — UK [ˈwelfeə(r)] / US [ˈwelˌfer] noun [uncountable] 1) a) the health and happiness of people We intend to make child welfare one of our priorities. welfare of: Police are concerned for the welfare of the child s mother. b) good care and living&#8230; …

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  • 97Welfare Management System (NYC) — Section 21 of the New York State Social Services Law required the New York State Department of Social Services to design and implement a Welfare Management System (WMS) capable of receiving, maintaining and processing information relating to&#8230; …

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  • 98welfare — /ˈwɛlfɛə / (say welfair) noun 1. the state of faring well; wellbeing: one s welfare; the physical or moral welfare of society. 2. → welfare work. 3. → social service. 4. the welfare, Colloquial a government social service agency, usually viewed&#8230; …

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  • 99welfare economics — a branch of economics concerned with improving human welfare and social conditions chiefly through the optimum distribution of wealth, the relief or reduction of unemployment, etc. * * * Branch of economics established in the 20th century that&#8230; …

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  • 100State nicknames and symbols — ▪ Table State nicknames and symbols state state tree state bird state flower state nickname(s) motto United States bald eagle* rose In God We Trust Alabama southern (longleaf) pine yellowhammer camellia Cotton State, Yellowhammer State, Heart of&#8230; …

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