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hoarding, hoard

1. A rough and temporary wall or fence, usually at a construction site.
2. A covered wooden gallery projecting from the top of the wall of a medieval fortress to shelter the defenders and to increase facilities for defense.
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The report says there are three main types of hoarding behaviour.
A couple in their 70s, Robert and Clare Cain,died in a tragic fire at home in Allertonwhen their hoarding left them trapped in 2016.
Deputy Controller, Department of Petroleum Resources, Ibadan field office, Mr Sadiq Ibrahim who led the team, said the DPR would, in the ongoing exercise, penalize filling stations for hoarding and selling above pump price.
Multiple studies have established that the prevalence of child hoarding is 2%-3.
Berliner has participated in more than a dozen hoarding investigations and says, "The lack of insight into the poor welfare they are providing is a key element of this challenging mental illness.
Because of the nature of hoarding, the living spaces where it occurs are often seriously compromised, and basic sanitation has been rendered impossible.
Two days later, Rajashree received a shocking call from her neighbour, who told her picture, along with the words " Tibro dhikkar" ( Shame on you) was up on a hoarding.
He further directed that there should be strict ban to install bill-boards and hoarding in the vicinity of the Masjids and Eid Gah.
The court as a first step, directed no Billboard or Hoarding can be permitted to be installed on any public property by any authority under the garb of by-laws which militate the civil rights of the public at large.
Keywords: hoarding disorder; DSM-5; cross-cultural validity; case report; China
Although HD has only recently been formally recognized as a distinct disorder, compulsive hoarding behaviors have been formally acknowledged in the counseling literature for over 2 decades (Frost & Gross, 1993).