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Like most 2+2s, the i8 has barely enough rear seat leg room for a malnourished microbe.
But according to a Red Cross official quoted by the Voice of America, 6 million people in the country remain short of food and are going hungry and 1 million children are acutely malnourished.
Mathews told police his daughter had developmental disabilities and was malnourished.
Mathews told police that Sherin was malnourished and had to be on a special diet to gain weight.
Then there was my descent into alcoholic insanity, which left me malnourished and intermittently homeless in the early 1990s.
Also, sanctions will disproportionately hurt those already suffering and are unlikely to change the regime's behavior, although blocking seafood exports to China might divert more needed protein to North Korea's malnourished masses.
Like most 2 2s, the i8 has barely enough rear seat leg room for a malnourished microbe.
Wesley Mathews told police his daughter had developmental disabilities and was malnourished.
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