disease-ridden

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The sale of disease-ridden meat continues in different cities of the province.
IN response to your correspondent, Jim Hyland, I agree in essence with his frustration over uncollected bins and the sundry missed collections of these fly-blown and disease-ridden stinking receptacles.
A disease-ridden infestation invading our shores, while hovering over Uncle Sam is the specter of President McKinley, who was killed by a Polish immigrant's gun.
People who had spent years in freezing and disease-ridden conditions now had clean beds and plenty of food.
Cows raised for their milk or flesh may spend their lives indoors on filthy, disease-ridden factory farms, where they often develop respiratory problems because of the choking chemicals that fill the air as a result of the piles of manure around them.
A near shipwreck on the Great Barrier Reef, followed by an enforced stop for repairs for the Endeavour at the disease-ridden island of Batavia.
On April 9, 1942, more than 78,000 starving and disease-ridden Filipino and American soldiers surrendered to the invading Japanese troops.
Immigrants from Ireland, Italy and Poland establish neighborhoods, existing in overcrowded, disease-ridden shacks and tenements.
Parts of Houston, the United States' fourth largest city, will be uninhabitable for weeks and possibly months due to water damage, mold, disease-ridden water and all that will follow this 1,000-year flood."
Part 2 explores representations of Africa and Africans from early history to modern times, touching on evolutionism and the primitive Africa and conceptions of disease-ridden Africa, helpless Africa, and exotic Africa.
Ignorance of the disease-ridden mosquitoes which infected labourers with malaria and yellow fever, combined with a technical commission undertaken prior to the start of construction that, due to the extremely short time period the International Technical Commission had to complete it, was astonishingly lacking in detail, meant that human and engineering problems continued to escalate.
Nor has there been much change in the top risk factors for death, including disease-ridden drinking water and inadequate sanitation.