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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.47.7
niḥsvaḿ tyajanti gaṇikā
akalpaḿ nṛpatiḿ prajāḥ
niḥsvam — one without any assets; tyajanti — abandon; gaṇikāḥ — prostitutes; akalpam — incompetent; nṛ-patim — a king; prajaḥ — citizens; adhīta-vidyāḥ — those who have completed their education; ācāryam — the teacher; ṛtvijaḥ — priests; datta — (the sacrificer) who has given; dakṣiṇam — their remuneration.
Prostitutes abandon a penniless man, subjects an incompetent king, students their teacher once they have finished their education, and priests a man who has remunerated them for a sacrifice.
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