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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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He added: "As her parents are of Bangladeshi origin, she may have dual nationality, so she will become SQUALID Syria a Bangladeshi citizen.
And when specialist officers raided the premises they discovered the person tending the crop had been forced to live in 'squalid' conditions.
1 / 5 An aerial view of the squalid Rohingya camps at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh which accommodate more than one million refugees.
Schoolchildren who have been reported missing by desperate families are ending up hundreds of miles from home and living in filthy conditions in squalid flats.
Summary: Kathua (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Sep 8 (ANI): The police on Saturday have rescued 20 children from a squalid property after receiving a tip-off that unlawful activities were being carried out in the hostel located near a locality called Parliament.
More than a foot-and-a-half of straw and debris was piled up in the "squalid" room where 29 guinea pigs were being kept.
SHOCKING images show the squalid conditions that a group of men were found living in during a modern slavery raid.
SHOCKING images show the squalid conditions a group of men were found living in during a modern slavery raid.
Robert McPhee, 65, and John Miller, 38, are charged with forcing a number of men to live in "squalid conditions" while making them work for little or no money.
Robert McPhee, 65, and John Miller, 38, are charged with forcing a number of victims to live in "squalid conditions" and making them work for little or no money.
A DOG owner has been jailed for the "extreme" neglect of three dogs after keeping them "in conditions which were unbelievably squalid".
Gaza/PNN In the Khan Younis refugee camp in Gaza, Mohammed and Abdullah have found a way to distract themselves from the overcrowded tenements and squalid alleyways around them, Al-Jazeera reports.