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Sentence count:38Posted:2017-02-06Updated:2020-07-24
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1 Whom God would ruin, he first deprives of reason. 
2 The criminals were deprived of their civil rights.
3 She was deprived of schooling at ten.
4 In prison they were starved and deprived of sleep.
5 He claimed that he had been deprived of his freedom/rights.
6 Some addicts suffer violent mood swings if deprived of the drug.
7 The prisoners were brutalized and deprived of basic rights.
8 I feel I've been deprived of your company.
9 You can't function properly when you're deprived of sleep.
10 They were imprisoned and deprived of their basic rights.
11 They've been deprived of the fuel necessary to heat their homes.
12 A lot of these children have been deprived of a normal home life.
13 Many animals travel in tightly packed lorries and are deprived of food,[] water and rest.
14 Where have you been? We've been deprived of your company for far too long!
15 The baby's brain had been deprived of oxygen during the birth.
16 The railways have been deprived of the money they need for modernization.
17 While she was at home looking after her children(, she felt deprived of intellectual stimulation.
18 Physical activity - without which we feel deprived of our most human attributes. 6.
19 Walter argues that the Convention guarantees compensation whenever a citizen is deprived of property.
20 Tamils felt deprived of access to government and of their traditional route to advancement, jobs in the civil service.
21 To deprive of virility or spirit; emasculate.
22 To deprive of strength or ability; disable.
23 Nobody entitle to deprive of other's right to survival.
24 To deprive of perception or insight.
25 To deprive of strength or vigor; weaken.
26 To deprive of fortitude, strength, or firmness of purpose.
27 To deprive of energy or vigor; fatigue or exhaust.
28 To lower in or deprive of spirit; dishearten.
29 To deprive of composure or emotional stability; unnerve.
30 If found, we will deprive of rights of HL membership.
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