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an input (e.g. raw material, people, machinery) which is combined with other inputs to supply a good or service.
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No power invades barren lands or resourceless territories.
However, the "Oseni" have shared with other groups--peasants located in isolated or resourceless areas, or rural Roma--the path of a weak integration in the formal labour market.
Then how can the illiterate and resourceless indigenous people establish and run educational institutions?
[13] found that homeless people are most often associated with being dirty (82.9%), irresponsible (56.4%), unhappy (60.5%), resourceless (54%), and lazy (47.6%).
However, among the 4 types, the one that performed best was the "resourceful networked" model and the least, the "resourceless isolated." This suggests that interorganizational collaboration and networking are potent ingredients to improve patient outcomes in small practices, particularly solo practices.
Among the subtler achievements of this ruling was the affirmation that even the poorest defendants are not absolutely resourceless: they own their own narratives.
He said that government has saved resources of billions of rupees of the province and these are being spent for improving the living standard of resourceless segments.
[22] reported that collective activities were always not possible in the resourceless farmer groups.
2.93, 2.106, 19.137, 24.128, 24.141), belongs here to the hunters' "crafty [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]] circle" rather than to the lion that represents Penelope--a transposition that leaves the lion (and Penelope) resourceless. Since it is still a lion, we can conjecture that it retains the potential to "turn the tables" on its hunters, but at this moment it can only roil impotently in its encircling trap, much like Penelope's mind, exacerbating the emotional turmoil both of them feel at their impending dangers.
Such regulations disadvantage "outsiders, latecomers, and [the] resourceless." (245)
She shows discomfort, when observing that microcelebrity status seems to be based not on merit but on self-promotion, and empathy when positioning micro-celebrities as resourceless victims of the selfbranding and commodification system that they themselves have created.
Terrorist groups around the world offer the resourceless and powerless identity, meaning, purpose, making them what singer Vin Garbutt once called "trigger happy hooligans with patriot's disease".