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Birds with salmonellosis become dehydrated and emaciated, eventually dying of starvation.
He was tall, angular, and emaciated, and his features were cast in a most irregular mould.
Though he had a full, round face and a large head, his body was emaciated and did not develop properly.
The emaciated face turned greenish-yellow, but in a moment he seemed to recover, and continued working.
When she entered the door her eyes fell upon her husband lying in the corner, so weak and emaciated that he could scarcely stir.
He meets a shepherd's daughter, who offers him food out of compassion for his emaciated and miserable condition.
An invalid couch stood in front of the window, and upon it lay a pale, emaciated woman, breathing quickly and feebly.
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One sallow, emaciated peon carried a crucifix, which he had evidently snatched as he flew to the rescue.
We dragged our weary and emaciated limbs along until about ten o'clock.
The solitary survivor was a young man, once of a fine form, but now an emaciated phantom.
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