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1. Famine and war still afflict mankind.
2. There are two main problems which afflict people with hearing impairments.
3. And those are not problems that afflict politics only.
4. Of Headaches and Painkillers Headaches afflict millions of people every day.
5. Other nasty details afflict specific balanced-budget proposals, but I think enough has been said to make the point.
6. Nerves afflict everyone in some way, and without them acting would be the poorer.
7. They return to afflict the living, so they have to be sent packing.
8. Given the turbulent times which still afflict the industry, this is a remarkable achievement.
9. This particular example highlights two additional shortcomings which afflict our conventional political institutions.
10. I don't want to afflict you with my troubles.
11. You shall not afflict any widow or fatherless child.
12. Scripture: "And I will for this afflict the seed of David, but not for ever"(1 Kings 11:39).
13. And she began to afflict him, and his strength left him.
14. New medical technology will cure more ailments that afflict humanity.
15. I wish you wouldn't afflict me with your constant complains.
16. He will also afflict and weaken the Latin Church with many heresies.
17. Though I have afflicted thee, I afflict thee no more.
18. They crush Your people, O Lord, And afflict Your heritage.
19. He is a powerful disabler , able to afflict all soft of curse onto an enemy and has achieved the zenith of demon magics.
20. Violent crime is only one of the malady afflict modern society.
21. The same problem will surely afflict any future purchases in fashion.
22. Similar problems afflict working - class whites, but they are more concentrated among blacks.
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23. For He does not afflict willingly Or grieve the sons of men.
24. They may grant you power, honour, and riches but afflict you with servitude, infamy, and poverty.
25. But traffic is only one of the population-related problems that afflict a city like Cairo.
26. There had been much talk of curses like those said to afflict pyramid robbers, which Holmes had angrily pooh-poohed.
27. Bubonic plague, typhoid, polio, diphtheria, tuberculosis, syphilis and gonorrhea still afflict much of the world.
28. They break in pieces thy people, O Lord, and afflict thine heritage.
29. Unlike hernias in men, which are far more common, those that afflict women are usually small and internal and rarely cause an obvious bulge.
30. But animals are generally not susceptible to the diseases that afflict humans.
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