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They murmured that they had a long and desolate region to traverse, before they could arrive at the point where they might expect to find horses; that it was impossible for Crooks and Le Clerc, in their feeble condition, to get over it; that to remain with them would only be to starve in their company.
Hunt now became impatient of these incumbrances, and urged him clamorously to push forward, crying out that they should all starve. The night which succeeded was intensely cold, so that one of the men was severely frost-bitten.
The only quality oœ theirs which extorts my respect is a certain sublime selfishness which makes them willing to starve and to let their families starve sooner than do any work they don't like."
"The government should invest a lot in irrigation to ensure residents don't starve ...
"How to Starve Cancer" is truly ground-breaking book in which Jane takes us through her remarkable, heart-breaking journey, and the medical discoveries she made on the way.
Addiction expert Dr Hugh Quigley has devised a new self-help approach, that sees addictive thinking as a 'monster', which you'll effectively need to 'starve' in order to overcome.
Counsellor and psychotherapist Dr Quigley's Quigley explains his theory in his new book, Starve The Monster: A Powerful Process To Kill Your Addiction Thinking, targeted at professional people who think their substance abuse is getting out of hand.
Dr Quigley's Counsellor and psychotherapist Dr Quigley explains his theory in his new book, Starve The Monster: A Powerful Process To Kill Your Addiction Thinking, targeted at professional people who think their substance abuse is getting out of hand.
Despair, hopelessness, powerlessness, all of these things, whatever it is you choose to run as a thought and as a feeling is what feeds the monster Dr Hugh Quigley explaining part of his 'starve the monster' technique to beat addictionNeeding a few glasses of wine - or more - every night to relax might be a warning sign that you are addicted
I had a very similar experience--I was so afraid I was going to starve on the Carnival Cruise (Valor)!
Rumor has it that mulching your garden beds or trees and shrubs could starve your plants.
It goes, 'Okay, if you're going to starve yourself, I'm going to slow down your body's metabolism, because you're always starving anyway'."