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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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It didn't seem very fresh, but she was so hungry that she was not particular.
If you are no longer hungry we will call upon a few of the most important citizens."
But Toto and Billina can't be 'spected to go hungry when the town's full of good things they like to eat, 'cause they can't understand your stingy ways as I do."
Nearby are some squalling children and a hungry wife.
At midnight he was so hungry that he could not go without food any more, so he went to a coffee stall at Hyde Park Corner and ate a couple of potatoes and had a cup of coffee.
At first he was very angry with himself for this and ashamed, but he found it relieved him, and somehow made him feel less hungry. In the very early morning he suffered a good deal from cold.
'Caritas Manila is open to be a partner and conduit of food for the hungry,' Fr.
Release date- 21082019 - BROOMFIELD, Colo - Noodles & Company (NASDAQ: NDLS), known for serving noodle and zoodle dishes from around the world, today announced it will once again team up with No Kid Hungry to help address childhood hunger in America.
Jam Kamal had also undertaken visit of headquarter of Oil Company MOL in Hungry surreptitiously, therefore he will be questioned on this count too.
Summary: Liverpool [UK], July 15 (ANI): The victory of Liverpool in the Champions League last month, has been motivating the club's Georginio Wijnaldum, making him 'hungry' to achieve even more.
By now you know that pizza chain Hungry Howie's has come to town.
Not one by thousands of very hungry caterpillars are creating an incredible spectacle in Shropshire.