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use "famine" in a sentence

The once heavily-populated island was eventually abandoned in the early 1800s as the Aleutian Island hunters followed the Russian fur trade eastward, and famine set in on the Andreanof Island group.

On the way home, Raswan went through Warsaw, and due to the famine and other privation in Poland at
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falter not, Though the way be weary and long.

The Great Danes, considered underdogs, would not falter.

It is suspected that the Krone tried to shut down the falter because of its critical reporting of the Krone.

The falter only barely escaped financial ruin.

The horse, a jittery stallion who is not her usual partner Lightning, is anxious because of all the noise from the band and the crowd, and just before the jump a cymbal crashes loudly, which causes the horse to falter and trip.

After the accession of Denmark and the UK to the EEC EFTA began to falter.

However problems have now arisen, when Hiro and Ando prepare to infiltrate Building 26, Hiro's powers falter and he instead receives a blistering headache and a nosebleed.

When her presidential campaign began to falter and the Company turned against her, she had President Mills assassinated and was immediately sworn in as President.

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