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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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10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Hoarding is a symptom that is often assigned with OCD or depression.
After the meeting, Paswan said foodgrain hoarding should be made a non-bailable offence.
Indeed, one of the most prominent features of the condition in adults, at least to observers--the presence of clutter--was not endorsed by any of 21 adolescents who met other hoarding criteria, he said.
The brigade is calling on people to let them know of anyone in their neighbourhood who they think is hoarding.
The facility, at 40 Julio Drive, is sponsoring a free program: "Understanding Hoarding Behavior,'' from 8:30 to 11 a.
Buried in Treasures: Help for Compulsive Acquiring, Saving, and Hoarding appears in its second updated edition to provide professionals and individuals with keys to understanding hoarding behavior and managing possessions.
HOARDING is a growing problem for the rental housing industry.
Several cable programs on hoarding have garnered big ratings and endless fascination, from A&E's "Hoarders" to OWN's "Enough Already
Global Banking News-3 November 2009-US banks believed to be hoarding cash(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
Tim Andrews (above) managing director of Hollywood Signs, has taken to jogging along the hoarding around the Longbridge development site - the longest of its kind anywhere in the city.
Hoarding is commonly defined as the acquisition of and failure to discard possessions of little use or value, and is included as a symptom in the diagnostic criteria for obsessive compulsive personality disorder (OCPD) and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).