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Squalidae

[′skwā·lə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The spiny dogfishes, a family of squaloid elasmobranchs recognized by their well-developed fin spines.
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Beating migrants in the EU is more humane than their having to ride in Macedonia's old and squalid trains, says Dnevnik on its front page with reference to the hypocritical attitude of the West about the way migrants are treated in Macedonia.
How hundreds of Commonwealth Games How hundreds of Commonwealth Games security staff had to live in squalid conditions security staff had to live in squalid conditions inside makeshift camps
The QI host said there was "something squalid and rancid about being spied on" and using people's fears about terrorism as a means to spy on citizens was "duplicitous and deeply wrong".
Mr Hardwick added: "Many prisoners were living in squalid conditions.
Amnesty also criticized the bloc for making it so difficult to enter the EU legally, and for leaving those who manage to get through the border languishing in squalid detention centers.
London, Sept 26 ( ANI ): An international trade body has said that along with Nepal, many migrant workers from India and Sri Lanka engaged for the preparations of the 2022 FIFA World Cup have also died and many more are facing squalid labour conditions and consular problems, which has been compared as akin to slaves.
The squalid drug den where toddler Daniel Jones died.
Taking such a sensitive topic and turning it into a piece of cinema so squalid and so shlocky does nobody involved any favours.
IN response to Marc Waddington's recent article on Liverpool's squalid housing problem and rogue landlord element (ECHO, April 26), I wish to make the following personal comments as a former private rented sector landlord.
Police located 32 foreign workers living in squalid conditions, 14 of which were found to be residing on the island illegally.
Millions in the affected area have been left homeless or are living in cramped and squalid conditions while awaiting assistance.