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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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After nine hours hosing down machinery at a food processing plant, Garcia is tired and hungry.
I suspect, however, if the company does market this it will see significant demand from local business owners who are hungry for help and information.
My mother never had to tell us to eat our food because there were hungry kids in Africa or China.
Solid is intended to “evolve the web in order to restore balance,” Berners-Lee said in 2018, when he unveiled the project as a reaction against the takeover of online life by data-hungry Big Tech firms.
There are plenty of other hungry creatures in this world, not just your spouse and the kids.
At the time of the nation’s founding, leading Virginians were generally regarded by ­non-Virginians as power-hungry and unduly proud.
His lab is already working on identifying other compounds detected by these sensors, as well as investigating how the receptors might be tuned to respond to different sorts of stimuli depending on the context, such as how hungry the octopus is.
Without immediate intervention, the number of chronically hungry people will continue to rise.
Fans are just as passionate as ever and just as hungry for entertainment and connection.
Once those crops are grown, they’ll need to be shipped to hungry people the world over.

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