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subsistence
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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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  • All oats, Indian corn, or other forage that waggons or horses bring to the camp, more than is necessary for the subsistence of the horses, is to be taken for the use of the army, and a reasonable price paid for the same.

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  • hand-to-mouth subsistence farming
  • social security provided only a bare subsistence

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