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1. They endured five years of privation during the second world war.
2. Cold is the privation of heat.
3. Economic privation is pushing the poor towards crime.
4. They endured years of suffering and privation.
5. It will be the greatest imaginable privation for her to have to leave london.
6. It would be the greatest imaginable privation for her to have to leave London.
7. The physical privation of lying for hours on cold wood suited her mood.
8. Most Westerners would have found this diet a privation: Langford seems not to have minded it.
9. He had endured times of privation as a boy, but he never dwelled on it.
10. What did hardship matter , privation, and disappointment , if he arrived at last?
11. It was a bleak period of present privation and threatening disaster.
12. Privation of the company of all other human beings is a serious hardship.
13. And, withal, a life of privation , isolation , abnegation chastity, with never a diversion.
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14. BACKGROUND: Tissue tolerance to oxygen privation during acute normovolaemic haemodilution with different fluids remains unclear.
15. That privation of hope and future means an increase in man's availability.
16. He looked upon privation as no hardship.
17. His death was a great privation to his colleagues.
18. Then came a long period of bodily privation, of daily hunger after food.
19. She didn'tfind the lack of a car any great privation.
20. In so doing, it distracts its members from the drudgery and privation of daily organizational life.
21. The most extreme pessimists foretell a future of demographically driven privation, environmental overshoot, and economic collapse.
22. Not only will there he material improvement for the average man, but an end to poverty and privation for all.
23. His need was to exist, and to move onwards at the greatest possible risk, and with a maximum of privation.
24. The population was used to receiving orders and to strict regulation in face of shared danger and privation.
25. To discipline ( one's body and physical appetites ) by self - denial or self - inflicted privation.
26. In the "Physics" Aristotle fulfill the transition from contrariety to privation. Substance can comes to be by the motion of attributes. Nature is a principle of motion and change.
27. He could not find an adequate motive in Mr. Butler's life of pinching and privation.
28. This is precisely how most people view their food choices - as unhealthy indulgence or unbearable privation - with little grey area in-between.
29. Today he is seen as a saviour by millions of Filipinos living in privation.
30. They could have found a certain happiness in helping each other's privation.
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