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But now the real hour of crisis was at hand,—not from his illness, but from the depletion of their food supplies.
Fatigue is only caused in a very restricted measure by the accumulation of fatigue products or the depletion of repair stocks.
Depletion added to isolation, and later tending toward degeneracy, is what makes the rural problem acute.
And then Smith's Pocket was found to be only a pocket, and subject like other pockets to depletion.
The supplies in the country were beginning to show signs of depletion, while little was coming in to replace it.
And then Smith's Pocket was found to be only a pocket, and subject, like other pockets, to depletion.
Four people at table means a depletion of your smoked meat and a dipping occasionally into the corned-beef barrel.
For the moment she was benumbed, out-wearied with effort and enervated by the strain and depletion of force.
But, so far as the counting of heads goes, this depletion is not nearly so marked as the growth of the great towns.
This was not necessary, as the depletion of the fighting force was a sufficient argument for them to retreat.
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