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Could I have some water? I'm parched.
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Even more intriguing is that Ramsdell, living in the parched, sheep and cattle land atop the Edwards Plateau, hasn’t veered toward country music.
Now residents are only talking about two topics: Steinhoff, and a crippling drought that’s left vineyards, golf courses and the odd vegetable garden as the only patches of green in an otherwise parched valley.
That is particularly true in small towns and cities in what is already one of the most parched regions of the world.
As a result, your skin and lips can feel pretty parched.
In Jacobs’ hands, though, this potentially parched subject comes alive.
In Jacobs' hands, though, this potentially parched subject comes alive.
Wildfires blazed nearly year-round in the U.S. fanned by relentless winds and parched conditions.
Even though all the available evidence indicates that the bill fails to fulfill any of his promises, for an ideologue as parched for success as Ryan is, passing something bad by lying about its contents is more palatable than passing nothing at all.
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