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Encyclopedia > Vagrant

Vagrancy is a crime in some European countries, but most of these laws have been abandoned.


A vagrant is a person without a home, or regular work. Some towns have shelters for vagrants. A more common word for a vagrant would be a tramp, or formerly, a bum. Vagrants are almost always poor.


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  • More Info About Vagrancy (http://www.geocities.com/polarpugpuff/vagrant_youth.html)
  • Encyclopędia Britannica Article on Vagracy (http://www.britannica.com/eb/article?tocId=9074623)

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