Definition of Indigency

1. n. Indigence.



Definition of Indigency

1. Noun. Indigence. ¹

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Definition of Indigency

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indigency

indifferentiability
indifferentiable
indifferentism
indifferentisms
indifferentist
indifferentists
indifferently
indifferentness
indifulvin
indifuscin
indigane
indigen
indigence
indigences
indigencies
indigency (current term)
indigene
indigenes
indigenisation
indigenisations
indigenity
indigenization
indigenizations
indigenize
indigenized
indigenizes
indigenizing
indigenous
indigenously
indigenousness

Literary usage of Indigency

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1. McCarty's Civil Procedure Reports [1882]: Containing Cases Under the Code of by George D. McCarty (1882)
"Mere indigency of estate is not sufficient reason for requiring administrator to give. In a case within section 3268 of the Code, the defendant has an ..."

2. Laws Passed by the ... Legislature of the State of Texas by Texas (1913)
"An Act to amend Article 6272, Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, adopted by the Thirty-second Legislature, denning indigency within the meaning of the pension ..."

3. Report to the Nation on Crime & Justice (1988)
"Each State adopts its own approach to providing counsel for indigents Standards and procedures vary for determining indigency Among the States— • Some ..."

4. The Guatemala Community Day Care Program: An Example of Effective Urban by Marie T Ruel (2005)
"(1993) estimated that 1.603 million urban Guatemalans lived in poverty in 1989 compared with 0.805 in 1980, and 0.819 million lived in indigency in 1989, ..."

5. House Bills of House of Delegates of the State of West Virginia for the by West Virginia, House of Delegates, Legislature (1919)
"... who is unable to attend the 4 public schools of such county by reason of its own indigency or the 5 indigency of its parents or any one having the legal ..."

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