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Nevertheless, that proportion has since held fairly steady, and the absolute number of undernourished people has been rising.
Many countries were devastated, undernourished and stripped bare of food and agricultural equipment because of enemy occupation.
Under such conditions many voles appear to be undernourished, and some are actually emaciated.
In their wan faces, in their undernourished bodies, would be indelibly written the bitter defeat of their parents.
The undernourished proletariat lacked the initiative to go out where the food came from.
By the way, she was so skinny to this time and so undernourished; look as skinny as she could be and she did not feel good.
WARREN COMMISSION (8 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VIII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
No child who is markedly undernourished, however, should be allowed to take extraordinary exercise until she has begun to gain.
She was neither undernourished nor thin, she was medium-sized and her bones were well covered.
RIMROCK TRAILJ. ALLAN DUNN
What grace she had was an athlete's, but she looked overtrained or undernourished.
The calf was undernourished and only weighed two tons when Paul got him.

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