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When power and resources are exhausted, then the homeland is drained.
The meat must be drained of blood immediately or it's wasted.
Workers crushed animal flesh and fat in its basin to make tallow, which drained out of the tiny hole below.
Another earthquake cracked the bottom of a lakebed and drained the water away.
Canned beets may be used in place of fresh ones, and bottled horseradish if of strong flavor and well drained.
We drained it into the tenements, and for the police infamy got a real--estate blackmail that is worse.
Add chicken broth, drained and rinsed canned white beans, and chopped fresh oregano and parsley.
With liquidity drained, the cost of issuing shares is set to rise.
The spike in demand for diesel has drained supplies and resulted in long queues at filling stations.
The main problem is that half a century of peace and prosperity has drained the art market of goods.
Most of the metropolitan area lies below sea level on drained swamp land.
Eighteen months under siege had already drained hospitals of medicine and working equipment.
That's why and when trillions of dollars drained from money market funds and other vehicles.
Otherwise, its puny battery would be drained before the day was out-and any unfinished work lost for good.
More and more of the nation is having its economic lifeblood drained.
As foreign news is drained from the popular press, it becomes ever more the preserve of an elite.
Drained of energy, they find themselves unable to write or teach with much enthusiasm for several weeks.
Indeed, even with an endowment, maintaining the collection would have drained money from higher priorities.
On another layer of paper towels, spread the drained garbanzo beans and gently roll to dry them.
After eight hours of conversations, she leaves drained.
If this works, the hurricane would be drained of its heat and water while still over the ocean.
Or it could be drained off at home for washing the car.
It is used to power the electric drive motors after the batteries are drained.
If more lakes are now known then it only makes sense that lakes have existed and then drained over the years.
What people are doing is digging up a lot of the water that has already drained away and putting it back into the tub.
In actuality it has been drained for the irrigation of cotton crops.
Each tomato plant was rooted in small tub fed and drained by narrow tubes.
If not enough kids are attracted to science these days, it's partly because adults have drained the fun out of it.
In opening the grave it was found that about one-half of the coffin had decayed from immersion in water that had drained into it.
Others were drained of blood, decapitated, or bound tightly and left to be eaten by vultures.
His head, arms and legs had been removed with chilling precision and his body had been drained of blood.
Place drained beans and onion mixture in a bowl and mash with a potato masher until well combined.
These wetland areas also support diverse ecosystems that can be damaged when the bogs are drained to harvest peat.
They are haunted and haunting, and in them you can read the tragedy of a land drained by war.
Reluctantly, a crocodile is coaxed into the drained lakebed.
After spinning for several million years pulsars are drained of their energy and become normal neutron stars.
Even so, the one reactor that was completed drained the company coffers.
Over time authority drained from the emperor's seat as powerful samurai clans formed in the countryside.
They would have struggled to keep their balance and coordination as strength drained from their limbs.
The film seems to have drained away all sense of immediacy or of wonder.
Cellphones aren't the only things whose batteries always seem drained.
In a small saucepan over medium-high, combine the drained rice and water.
He had the knee drained a week ago and has not run in two weeks.
But sweaty palms and tangled emotions aside, the prom means increasingly drained wallets.
Where marshes have been drained to create tracts for new housing, ground will shrink, too.
While the city is being cleared and drained and given an infrastructure, there will be no economic activity there at all.
Somehow the harbor had drained as abruptly as if someone had pulled a giant plug.
She seemed to have been drained of her last drop of energy.
The population is boosted by sources of new individuals, and drained by sinks.
The more decisions a judge has made, the more drained they are, and the more likely they are to make the default choice.
The swamps are mostly gone now, the land drained and reclaimed, crisscrossed with channels and weirs.
Add the drained pasta and toss to coat, seasoning with salt and plenty of freshly ground pepper.
Virus drained from these so-called reservoirs would then be dispatched with existing or adapted medication.
Dairy cows spent their time grazing, but also giving milk, which drained their fat stores and left lean meat.
As soon as he realized what he'd done, the color drained from his face.
Ultimately, the body is affected and feels sapped, drained.
The dark electrode on the right been drained of ions.
Then the service station would take on the task of charging the drained batteries.
To the fat left in the pan add the heart pieces, well drained, and brown them well on all sides.
Add chicken stock, drained root vegetables, and pork and bring to a boil.
If you don't have time to soak and cook dried chickpeas, you can use drained rinsed canned chickpeas.
After a concert, the band is drained and the audience is drained.
The busboy was almost angelic in that white service coat, his eyes drained of innocence, the background a dark blur.
Her body had been cut in half and appeared to have been drained of blood with precision.
Water was diverted back into nearby wetlands that had been drained by farmers, and suitable vegetation was replanted.
The movie looks lovely, but it feels drained of life.
State-owned firms drained the national budget while inflation soared.
If the gate between the channel and the pool had been open, the pool could have drained, exposing the rods and causing a meltdown.
You're wiped out financially and drained emotionally.
Deep, well drained, moderately permeable soils on floodplains.
Restore hydrology to previously drained forested wetland.
Grows well on poorly drained flood plains and well-drained hilly uplands.
Make sure the discharge hose carries the water several feet away from the house to a well-drained area.

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