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Yoko Ono, another original member, endured terrible privations in wartime Japan.
This last man standing, in the case of both groups, will have to overcome a thousand dangers, face every kind of privation, perhaps migrate to other zones and even evade the hostility of humans.Our Most Effective Weapon Is Imagination - Issue 99: Universality|Guido Tonelli|April 29, 2021|Nautilus
Possible redemption comes in the form of Orlando (Jeremy Renner), a magician determined to save Ewa from a live of privation.Cannes Diary: James Gray’s ‘The Immigrant,’ Starring Marion Cotillard, Shines|Richard Porton|May 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The distinctive horror of Joseph Heller's war is not body-crushing violence or stomach-squeezing privation.
We had escaped gloom and privation and would wake up in a place where food and warmth were available down the street.
She was delicate and unaccustomed to privation and discomfort—and the cottage had its disadvantages.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
The poor fellow had so weakened his stomach by privation, that he died from eating a good meal given him by a kind friend.Friend Mac Donald|Max O'Rell
One had lost all his little store of grain gathered from the gleaning, or bought by great privation for the winter's nourishment.
The memorial is of bronze, and tells a story of privation and suffering, but of glorious heroism, and victory even in death.
We reconciled ourselves as we might to this privation, and after dining proceeded onward.