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Roosevelt had long championed the “change from starvation wages and starvation employment to living wages and sustained employment,” but he had to rely on voluntary compliance from industry.
In other instances, children ran away from the school trying to reunite with their families, but often died from exposure, dehydration, or starvation.
The metamorphosis of the chloroplasts isn’t well understood yet, but it seems to be a response to carbon starvation and less photosynthesis, Hertle explained.
After a few months of slow starvation, I think I know whom they would have for dinner.
Too often, warring parties may deliberately use starvation as a strategy.
Aram Harijan, who cares for patients in nursing homes across San Diego, said that without family visits some residents stop eating, potentially leading to starvation.
But in the great famines, as in India and Russia, God allows millions to die of starvation.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
It was painfully evident to the most casual observer, that she had died of absolute starvation.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
For these people, under the older dispensation, there was nothing but the poorhouse, the jail or starvation by the roadside.
Starvation from a lack of food supplies followed, and the population of the colony was reduced from 500 to 60 people.

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