family allowance

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  • Every member of the family has his own friends and interests and usually his own share of the family allowance. Cited from Society, by Henry Kalloch Rowe
  • When the war ended in November, Dick was left to live off a family allowance.
  • Family allowances increased, especially for second and third children.
  • One of his points is that particular family allowances paid to single women raising children leads women to have children outside marriage.
  • Public access to the social security system was increased, while state benefits such as family allowances were raised significantly.
  • However, family allowances fell by 15% in real terms during that period.
  • This would essentially give the United States a system of child or family allowances, similar to other developed nations throughout the world.
  • Family allowances and State homes should be concomitants of an increased sense of responsibility. Cited from Moral Delinquency in Children, by Oswald Chettle Mazengarb et al.
  • Polly and the children soon joined him, but when the war ended, Dick found himself left with nothing but a family allowance.
  • In an attempt to solve this problem, Sweden began a program called "family allowance".
  • In some states, the immediate family may receive a family allowance - a court-ordered amount paid to them from estate funds to provide help for living expenses.
  • The Government also succeeded in replacing the Family Allowance with the more generous child benefit.
  • It introduced family allowances and opposed birth control and abortion.
  • Whilst studying, the soldiers are paid according to their rank and length of service, sometimes including a residence allowance and a family allowance.
  • He supported the government's proposal to eliminate family allowances.
  • Among exploiters taking advantage of the children, are sometimes their own relatives who gain benefit in the form of social and/or family allowances.
  • There were substantial family allowances, in addition to direct grants, to single parents or families with handicapped children.
  • During that same period, family allowances had increased by 71% for three children and by 112% for two children.
  • A law in 1946 extended the family allowances to the entire population and another law incorporated injury at work to Social Security.
  • A law of 16 February 1977 extended family allowances to agricultural part-time workers.
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