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“We want to starve the pipeline at the source,” Martin-Morris said.

He'll starve to death without this product and we have to get it for him, he said.

Ramadan is always exciting for me, because I can starve myself and get away with it.

"The European Central Bank has been an instrument of politicians to starve the Greeks from cash..

In spite of this, ISIS and the regime stopped others from leaving the city, leaving them to starve.

I would rather starve to death than steal.

Benjamin Harris once said, "I pity the man who wants a coat so cheap that the man or woman who produces the cloth will starve in the process. "

Millions of people starve to death every year.

Charles of Blois tried to starve the people in Hennebont.

While awake, hummingbirds must eat at least every 30 minutes or they will starve to death.

Approximately 3000 people will starve to death somewhere in the world in the time it takes to complete this class.

Apparently, if an insect chews on gum, its jaws will stick together, and it will starve to death.

If Americans ate 10 percent less meat, the savings in grains would feed 60 million people, which is the number of people who starve worldwide each year.

A Korean proverb observes that if you starve for three days, there is no thought that does not invade your imagination.

After six months under siege, the village had run out of food, and the people began to starve.

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