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  • r  to a meager degree or in a meager manner

  • Authoritative reports boiled down to this: there was probably food enough to feed the continent meagrely through the winter, if Germany would or could distribute it.
  • Later Mozart festivals were meagrely attended, poor things after the city's golden past.
  • Meanwhile, the most graphic dispatch of the week from a very meagrely reported war came from the province of Hopeh, a fertile plain lying almost entirely north of the Yellow .

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