“It wasn’t the physiological effects of smoke necessarily, they just starved to death.”
Males, useless as layers, are killed right away: crushed, dehydrated, starved, suffocated.
If it does not, then over time revenue-starved firms and salary-starved families will struggle.
Canceling the Big Ten season in its entirety would have assuredly starved schools of tens of millions of dollars.
An estimated 400,000 civilians, already starved from years of blockade, are trapped amid relentless air strikes.
On Earth, phosphine gas is released by microbes in oxygen-starved environments, such as lake sediments and animals’ innards.
Each of the 129 campsites at Starved Rock feature room for two vehicles, a picnic table, a fire pit and access to electricity.
He wrote how “a half-starved negro, may, for breaking a single cane, which probably he himself has planted, be hacked to pieces with a cutlass”.
By buying American bonds, China is subsidising rich American consumers while China's health care, education and social safety net are starved of funds.
Anchors sitting in their boxy homes in the space-starved city have set up cameras and gamely read the news with the network's branding in the background.
When you feel sufficiently refreshed, hit the hiking trails at adjacent Starved Rock State Park to spot dramatic waterfalls and explore cool glacial canyons.
The Bauman Foundation, a Washington philanthropy focused on democracy issues, has marshaled some 90 donors and hundreds of organizations to promote the census in cash-starved states.
There’s been endless talk about the challenges facing the old, the young and the self-employed but far less so for the love-starved, for whom a year of near-perpetual social isolation has seen them robbed of any real-world forum for romantic rendezvous.
As I carved my way through Devil’s Canyon in Chile's Atacama – tyres kicking up floury crimson earth, eyes squeezed tight to block out intense, brilliant sunshine – a feeling of malaise suddenly seemed to wash through every oxygen-starved cell in my body.
Sir Stephen Bubb, who led a review into care for this group, maintains the failure to shut expensive longer stay hospitals - despite abuse scandals - has starved community services of money, so leading to difficulties finding the right facilities and enough staff.
There was also backlash from municipalities outside the city who criticized the mayor’s decision and closed their beaches to New York City residents under the belief that an exodus of sun-starved New Yorkers might overwhelm their seasides and jeopardize social distancing.
But informal settlements and slums coexist alongside this image of prosperity, and residents – poor and affluent alike – face the trials of living in a city starved of water: a legacy of colonial policies that relied on vast technological solutions to solve local problems.
Due to social-distancing requirements, those surveyed agreed that there should be limits on class size when Trump returns to school, but that his class should be large enough to accommodate other education-starved students such as Jared Kushner, Rand Paul, and Betsy DeVos.
The Newhouse’s newspaper business, which was named for The Staten Island Advance and includes The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, The Oregonian and The Star-Ledger in New Jersey, is also struggling, long starved of resources even as the magazine business enjoyed lavish expense accounts.
While the public is rallying behind the government now, people are likely to ask hard questions afterward, especially about the austerity policies enacted by Conservative governments, which left the National Health Service financially starved and ill-equipped for the deluge of virus patients.
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