nonaffluent

nonaffluent

(ˌnɒnˈæflʊənt)
adj
not affluent or rich
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Acceptance alone has become a gateway to career success as well as a spot among the in-crowd, which makes admissions very cut-throat, and the means to get there high-pressure, ridiculously expensive and therefore inaccessible to the nonaffluent.
Living standards continue to improve almost everywhere in the affluent countries, and they're improving radically in the nonaffluent countries overall.
In regard to treatment for food disorders, females were one-and-a-half times more likely to get help compared with males, affluent students were nearly two times more likely to get help than nonaffluent students and underweight students were nearly six times more likely to get treatment than those with healthy body weights.
The paper proceeds in the next section by discussing different mechanisms by which income inequality could lead to increased consumption and debt among nonaffluent households and examines several of the recent papers exploring this topic.
Arruda et al., "Severe lower respiratory tract infection in infants and toddlers from a nonaffluent population: viral etiology and co-detection as risk factors," BMC Infectious Diseases, vol.
The proliferation rate of the cells decreased in the following days because of the nonaffluent nutrition and space in the capsule.
Democratic candidates have also repeatedly emphasized that tax cuts for the wealthy threatened commitments to nonaffluent Americans.
Udipi, "Widespread 25-hydroxyvitamin D deficiency in affluent and nonaffluent pregnant Indian women," BioMed Research International, vol.
They're the affluent millennials, and they're quite different from the other 62 million nonaffluent millennials of the total group.
Yet her college admissions recommendations mostly overlook a substantial, nonaffluent African American middle class, sitting between the very poor and the rich.
Griffith's claim that individuals who seek satisfaction from thinness lack "an awareness of what 'hunger' really mean[s] for the world's nonaffluent" (210) may sum up Daisy's new state of understanding best.
Given prevailing socio-economic conditions affecting and marginalizing nonaffluent women ("family-hostile workplace", (69) lack of health care, poor maternity leave provisions, living wage), supportive conditions are not regularly available.