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hungry, starved

Descriptive of a paint film which shows the minute detail of the background on which it was applied, giving the appearance of skimpiness.
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In particular, blood hemoglobin and hematocrit and plasma levels of total protein, total cholesterol, aspartate aminotransferase (AST), alanine aminotransferase (ALT), glucose, cortisol, and lysozyme were measured and compared in starved and fed fish.
In one interview, Hutton said: "He wasn't being starved, he would starve himself.
Birmingham Crown Court was told that Khyra Ishaq succumbed to an infection in May 2008 after being starved "quite deliberately" while being kept prisoner in her own home.
She lost almost six stones in weight, and her body was so starved of sugar it began to eat into its own reserve of fat, the inquest in South Shields heard.
The 26-year-old's body was so starved of sugar it began to eat into its own reserve of fat.
Khyra Ishaq died of an infection after being starved over a period of weeks or possibly even months by her mother, Angela Gordon, and the woman's partner Junaid Abuhamza, Birmingham Crown Court was told.
It seems that the healthy cells are much more protected" in the starved mice, says research team member Federica Madia, who is also at USC.
In group A (n = 80), a starved penultimate male was maintained with four satiated penultimate females.
He said such diets starved children of nutrients essential for proper development.
If indeed the children were being starved, state adoption and foster home screening policies may be more of a culprit in the children's condition than their mode of education.
Particularly as other sources of protein declined in the colonial period, dependence on maize quite literally created a situation in which children starved on a full stomach.
Over the next few years, while a war was being fought among the European powers and into the early 1920s, 600,000 to 1,500,000 Armenians were brutally murdered or starved to death on forced marches under the guise of "relocation,"