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One America, King said, was “overflowing with the milk of prosperity and the honey of opportunity,” while in the other, people were “perishing on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast ocean of material prosperity.”
COVID-19 REMINDED US OF JUST HOW UNEQUAL AMERICA ISNEIL LEWIS JR. (NLEWISJR@CORNELL.EDU)MARCH 29, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Post-fire surveys in 2020 found only five survivors there, while evidence of burnt burrows suggest more than 90 percent of the population perished.
The thinking is that fresh food perishes, margins are lower and basket sizes won’t be large enough to cover the costs of delivery.
Regarding risk, he noted that older adults are the people most likely to become severely ill and perish from covid-19, accounting for about 80 percent of deaths to date — a compelling argument for vaccination.
That pandemic, too, came to an end, roughly seven years after it started, probably because so many had perished or developed immunity.
The inheritance of the children of sinners shall perish, and with their posterity shall be a perpetual reproach.
Let him that escapeth be consumed by the rage of the fire: and let them perish that oppress thy people.
It is certain that if this retreat, from which the girls go out married, were to fail, they would perish and be lost.
For my name's sake I will remove my wrath far off: and for my praise I will bridle thee, lest thou shouldst perish.
For the nation and the kingdom that will not serve thee, shall perish: and the Gentiles shall be wasted with desolation.

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