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Depending on alms for a living; practicing begging. n. 1.

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Introduction: the Augustinians, the Mendicant Orders, and Early
the hermits emulating the life of angels'.
The Administrative Divisions of the Mendicant Orders in England
EACH of the four Mendicant Orders divided the English province into areas or groups of convents for certain purposes.
The Svetambar Murtipujak Jain Mendicant
“Galdós as Disablitity Observer: The Mendicant and Militant Leg
Mapping mendicant monasteries in medieval urban geography
Mapping mendicant monasteries in medieval urban geography. Johnny Grandjean Gøgsig Jakobsen.

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Public discouraged to give alms to beggars
Section 6 of the said ordinance provides that an adult mendicant found begging in the streets twice after being given services due him by the government, shall be imposed a fine of P200.
Beattie steeled to fix manufacturing
The reformist former Victorian premier called yesterday for a united front from government and business to eschew anti-competitive subsidies and other payments to prevent Australia becoming a "mendicant" country that relied on imports.
The Downgrade Be Damned: Here's What I'm Buying Now
United States Almost a Mendicant in Money Centers. Republicans have had no part in the great drama of national dishonor -- Democrats unable to fill their contract. Sound familiar?
When Will We Ever Learn?
[3] These are not the words of a mendicant or someone seeking glory: he was financially independent and only wanted to see the product of his work disseminated in the US.
Cynicism, skepticism can clog your thinking, growth
He was a mendicant beggar, meaning someone whose vocation was begging. On purpose. As opposed to begging in a given time of desperate need.

Suggested Web Resources

Mendicant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mendicant | Define Mendicant at
pertaining to or characteristic of a beggar. noun. 3.
Mendicant - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
mendicant - definition of mendicant by the Free Online Dictionary
Depending on alms for a living; practicing begging. n. 1.

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