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Could I have some water? I'm parched.
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Those in the Puget Sound region who are feeling particularly parched and dry might want to get up, run outside and turn their face to the sky.
The dry air left us parched, and in this small race, there were few fluid stations.
Located amid parched farmland north of Merced, California, the base was shuttered as part of military budget cuts in 1995.
Right now, the area hasn’t seen significant rain since April, which, combined with extreme heat, leaves plants parched and easy to burn.
The gods--those of the Anunnaki--were weeping with her, the gods humbly sat weeping, sobbing with grief(?), their lips burning, parched with thirst.
When properly hydrated, your product is less likely to sink in to fine lines or cling onto parched areas.
The Juárez-El Paso geography — two communities intertwined culturally and economically, separated by a parched Rio Grande barely waist deep — is a topic the students and professors have explored in their literary work.
Without the floods, the soil became parched, boosting the risk of crop failure the following year.
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