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beggin, begging

1. A dwelling of larger size than a cottage.
2. In the north of England and in Scotland, a house.
3. A term especially applied to a hut covered with mud or turf.
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And while Merseyside Police remains cautious over the severity of the threat, the force has accepted it is "inevitable" some people may be begging despite not being in need.
Onlookers say that the issue is further compounded by the sympathy shown to them by people, reveals the study, carried out by a social science professor at King Saud University, Musaed Al-Hadeethi, under the title "The Begging Phenomenon and its Social, Economic and Security Impact in Saudi Arabia".
A NEW service has been launched targeting rough sleepers and the homeless following a rise in nuisance begging and antisocial behaviour blighting Birmingham city centre.
In an interview with the Bulgarian National Radio, Kalfin has announced that a joint action plan will be drafted by Bulgaria and Sweden to fight begging in the streets of Swedish towns and cities.
Since 2007, Begslist has been a unique resource for free online begging and crowdfunding, announces the launch of its new redesigned website.
Servicemen were patrolling the area when they saw a man standing near a mosque and begging for money, telling worshippers that he badly needed cash and that he had no home," security sources told Kuwaiti daily Al Rai.
He starts asking for money from passers-byas part of the police campaign, 'Combat begging and help those who really deserve'.
There's been a massive increase in people begging but not using our service or sleeping rough.
But Abu Dhabi police are asking residents not to encourage begging and make donations through appropriate channels.
A senior police official said those caught begging will be jailed for a month and deported.
In recent years, the exploitation of begging and trafficking were analyzed and addressed to as different forms.
BARIOKOT -- The beggary is emerging as a profession and many children who should be going to schools are sent to bazaars, shops, streets and other places for begging people and earning money.