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Many who need medical care that depends on electricity are in dire conditions — and livid at how unprepared the state was for the ice and snow.
She thought about her research and was suddenly, absolutely livid.
OUR RADICALIZED REPUBLICMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JANUARY 25, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Harden was bound to be livid once General Manager Daryl Morey departed, D’Antoni wasn’t re-signed and Russell Westbrook was traded, and dealing with an upset superstar is one of the toughest jobs in the league.
He was livid that the process had been this difficult to navigate, and he was worried about his friends in dialysis, many of whom didn’t have a high school education.
She pointed hastily to some livid bruises upon her neck and arms, and continued with great rapidity.
For a moment Colonel Jennison was too astonished to speak; then his face turned livid with passion.
She watched the colour fade from his cheeks, and the ugly, livid hue that spread in its room to his very lips.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
It is pleasant to look at the smiling, cheerful old Beguine, and think no more of yonder livid face.
LITTLE TRAVELS AND ROADSIDE SKETCHESWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Crushed by that bolt from the blue, Richard sat as if stunned, the flush receding from his face until his very lips were livid.
MISTRESS WILDINGRAFAEL SABATINI
"It is as I would wish," said he, but his livid face and staring eyes belied the valour of his words.
MISTRESS WILDINGRAFAEL SABATINI

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