The first category features average intellectual performance, mostly poorness
and the lack of scholarship and competition award.
In the report "GEO 2000: Perspectives of the Environment", made by the United Nations Environment Programme (PNUMA), supported the idea that: "The two main causes of environmental degradation in the world are the persistent poorness
in most of the habitants of the planet, and the excessive consume from the minorities" (PNUMA 2000), Barkin (1998:2), argues that the perception of poorness
as the cause of the environmental problems, overall in the rural environment is wrong, they do not plunder the land due to their insensitive waste of resources, but because of the lack of equal distribution of the available social wealth and because of the ruthless way the rich defend their control.
Second, if the national money is weak, maintained Serra, this is due to the poorness
of the economy.
How much of that was down to the poorness
of the opposition on the day is open to debate, but coming after the dynamic flank duo tore England apart in that memorable trouncing back in March, there is a growing feeling that this combination must be the way forward.
According to them recognising individual's understanding about his/her poorness
is ethically acceptable than 'designate' poverty to them based on what they have or have not (Arisetiarso, 2004).
Temperament, with its large biological component, tends to be similar among family members, with outliers suffering the consequence of poorness
of fit with the pack.
It is worth training them to feel, not only actual wrong or actual meanness, but the absence of noble aims and endeavours, as not merely blameable but also degrading: to have a feeling of the miserable smallness of mere self in the face of this great universe, of the collective mass of our fellow creatures, in the face of past history and of the indefinite future the poorness
and insignificance of human life if it is to be all spent in making things comfortable for ourselves and our kin, and raising ourselves and them a step or two on the social ladder.
the pine barrens and the swamps--to all the marginal lands of the South; those who, because of the poorness
of the soil on which they dwelt or the great inaccessibility of markets, were, as a group, most completely barred off from escape or economic and social advance.
Indeed, its powerlessness, the poorness
of its skills, the fact that it has turned into a mere collection of signs and buildings, and its lack of influence represent the start of its fading away.
Stress, caused by bearing load of many responsibilities can result in poorness
of performance in any one (or more) of them, because the individual pays greater attention to those that interest him or her.
Its intention is no other but condemning the fact of modern thinkers questioning dogmatic truths as well as their interest in separating historical Jesus Christ and its divine image, saving the latter exclusively for the sphere of faith; but the most significant and polemical issues were those concerning Catholic church's social performance, an aspect that religious modernism was asking to be reformed regarding its disciplinary regime (more humility and poorness
in cleric's life) and its interference in social issues (Cozar).
Those who traditionally oppose Turkey's EU membership cite Turkey's "big territory, poorness
and predominantly Muslim population" as reasons not to make Turkey a member of the EU.