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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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Whether you visit for leisurely getaway, corporate meeting or even a wedding, there's no place quite like Starved Rock.
A 27-year-old woman reportedly died last month in Kerala's Kollam after her husband and mother-in-law allegedly starved her to death.
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) will manage the property as part of the Starved Rock/Matthiessen state park complex.
The Women and Children section of the Human Rights Department spoke with the child, who claimed he was being physically assaulted, tied up and starved by his parents.
Plasma levels of Cu, Zn and Mn in normal control group had no significant difference with starved rats+water/ethanol and starved rats+hydro-alcoholic Aloe vera gel extract at doses 100 and 200 mg/kg groups (P[greater than]0.05).
Love Starved is lip-bitingly delightful, and hard to put down.
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.
Prosecutors claim Hamzah starved to death due to the defendant's neglect.
Evidence was read out from vet Karen Davies who said: "It's my opinion after examining the bodies that they starved to death."
It has been alleged that Khyra was kept prisoner in her own home where she was starved to the point where she became so emaciated that she succumbed to an infection.
A SEVEN year old girl died after being starved by her mother and stepfather during months of "calculated" cruelty, a court heard yesterday.