|NOUN || a dwindling resource | dwindling resources |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Her parents love her, but while they are prepared to spend their dwindling resources to get her what help they can (not knowing her death is imminent anyway), they do not truly understand her.
- In 2015 Lyga co-wrote the novel "After the Red Rain" with Peter Facinelli and Robert DeFranco. It is set on a future Earth whose population is grappling with dwindling resources.
- Beame "was credited with distributing the City's dwindling resources equitably".
- The deforestation is a fact of the island's history, which may have caused widespread famine due to ecological collapse and a catastrophic drop in population, accompanied by wars between clans for control of dwindling resources.
- The iron ore production declined in face of increased international competition and dwindling resources.
- In 2015 Facinelli co-wrote the novel "After the Red Rain" with Barry Lyga and Robert DeFranco. It is set on a future Earth whose population is grappling with dwindling resources.
- As the land resource base becomes less productive, food security is compromised and competition for dwindling resources increases, the seeds of famine and potential conflict are sown.
- On 27 June, Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin issued a statement that Malaysia could not take any more Rohingya refugees due to a struggling economy and dwindling resources.
- On 27 June, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said Malaysia could not accommodate more Rohingya refugees due to a struggling economy and dwindling resources.
- Resulting in a larger population competing for dwindling resources such as food and arable land.
- Humans are a weak self-destructive species that fights over dwindling resources and is ruled by emotions.
- Armed herders are violently competing for dwindling resources.
- budget by thirty percent, leaving Fury to wonder how he can protect the United States against growing threats with dwindling resources.
- The "Grain Blight" destroyed crops causing widespread famine, and wars over dwindling resources culminated in a limited nuclear exchange.
- In 1727, J E Carlberg (1683–1773) was appointed new city architect — a position which he was to hold for almost 50 years, a period marked by dwindling resources and growing needs.
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