(1) By Winter he is penniless, far from home, and buried in an unmarked pauper 's grave.(2) However, I was as poor as a pauper with a broken carriage and no prince.(3) She was buried in a pauper 's grave this weekend.(4) I suspect he's buried in a pauper 's grave somewhere there in that little town's cemetery, long since forgotten.(5) Was your great grandfather a prince or a pauper ?(6) And the heat went out of the pursuit eventually, and when he died in 1762, although a pauper , he was no longer a fugitive.(7) he died a pauper(8) We and the Russians and the French, and the UN, and the Turks and the other Arabs, permitted millions of people to die or be reduced to misery and pauperdom .(9) They will have died, lonely, homeless, frightened and pauperised , deserted by us.(10) The growing social gulf between the rich and the poor, and the increasing pauperisation of broad social layers are reflected in the expectations for the future of those surveyed.(11) There are decent paupers just as there are decent princes.(12) Meanwhile, the country continued to descend deeper into fragmentation, general pauperism , and mutual predacity.(13) It's where every day, your duties can mean the difference between life and death, prosperity and pauperdom , happiness or sadness for thousands and thousands of people.(14) Dickens's rage against the New Poor Law, which precluded able-bodied paupers from relief, is underplayed.(15) It offered a solution to the problems of rural congestion, pauperism , and starvation that had afflicted so many countries before 1848.(16) The whole world was there - princes, kings, paupers , and priests - and an elation was felt that had never before been attained.