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Animal rescue agencies took in dozens of dogs left outside, and at least one dog owner in Houston was arrested on allegations he kept eight severely malnourished dogs outside for days during the cold streak.
In 1946, the National School Lunch Program was launched because many of America’s young men had been too malnourished to serve in the military and commodity prices were dropping rapidly in the postwar economy.
A group of young men spoke of “malnourished socialists” and the Carter-Baker Commission on election reform.
At first, I thought he had a skinny butt because he was malnourished.
While Johnson could be at risk of being underweight, Richard determined, she was not malnourished.
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