1033 examples of Abandoned in a sentence
And so this kid was probably abused, abandoned, ignored, betrayed by almost every adult along the way.
that project, thank goodness.
And while my half brother and sister thought they'd been abandoned, orphaned, my father was making false papers.
And then it was
I could tell you the story: this was going to be an
technology, but Alfred Mann met the doctor who was going to retire, [Dr.
Armed with this knowledge, SANCCOB has a chick-bolstering project, and every year, they rescue and raise
chicks, and they have a very impressive, 80 percent success rate.
I lived nearly two years without heat, woke up out of a dead sleep multiple times to gunshots, was attacked by a pack of wild dogs and ripped my kitchen cabinets from an
school as they were actively tearing that school down.
I eventually found an
house in a neighborhood called Poletown.
A huge, open expanse of waist-high grass cluttered only by a handful of crippled,
structures and a few brave holdouts with well-kept homes.
Paul brought much of this innovation to his block in Poletown, which he'd stewarded for more than 30 years, purchasing houses when they were abandoned, convincing his friends to move in and neighbors to stay and helping those who wanted to buy their own and fix them up.
For me, it means helping others to raise the beams on their own formerly
houses, or helping to educate those with privilege, now increasingly moving into cities, how we might come in and support rather than stress existing communities.
It turned at least one
house into a home.
There's a French poet and essayist by the name of Paul Valéry who said a poem is never finished, it is only
So really my concluding point is you may not agree with religion, but at the end of the day, religions are so subtle, so complicated, so intelligent in many ways that they're not fit to be
to the religious alone; they're for all of us.
She had started her business squatting in an
garage, sewing sheets and pillow cases she would take to markets all around the city so that she could support the 12 or 13 family members who were counting on her for survival.
So my mom
us when I was sixteen years old.
Brothers and sisters aren't the sine qua non of a happy life; plenty of adult sibling relationships are fatally broken and need to be
for the sanity of everybody involved.
Then they went out to an
airstrip with two cars, the target victim car and the chase car, and they launched a bunch of other attacks.
So from your point of view, you had this great Pickens Plan that was based on wind energy, and you
it basically because the economics changed.
And this is the true triple bottom line, because we can take neighborhoods that were
and destitute and turn them into something like this with interiors like this.
How can we share more memories of our
buildings, and gain a better understanding of our landscape?
The city has some of the most beautiful architecture in the world, but it also has one of the highest amounts of
properties in America.
So with help from old and new friends, I turned the side of this
house into a giant chalkboard, and stenciled it with a fill-in-the-blank sentence: "Before I die, I want to ..." So anyone walking by can pick up a piece of chalk, reflect on their life, and share their personal aspirations in public space.
The development of lorcainide was
for commercial reasons, and this study was never published; it's now a good example of publication bias.
We are not
cars stalled out and sitting empty on some highway, and if in some way we are, don't worry.
I became a photographer,
everything and became a photographer, and I started to do the photography that was important for me.
My wife and I built a new house on an
lot in Washington, D.C., and we did our best to clear the shelves of the sustainability store.
About eight years ago, people started moving into the
tower and began to build their homes right in between every column of this unfinished tower.
Many tell us that they're one of only a few homes on their block that are occupied, and that they can see several
homes from where they sit on their porches.
So if we take all of that vacant and
property and we smush it together, it looks like about 20 square miles, and that's roughly equivalent to the size of the island we're sitting on today, Manhattan, at 22 square miles.