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pale and exhausted, as because of worry or sleeplessness

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showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering

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having the curtains or draperies closed or pulled shut

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The face, delicately drawn with thin black lines on nearly clear vellum, has no color whatsoever, only set off from the paper by straightened black locks of hair and a blue background.
In the case of the former (spolvero) , the outline of the drawn figure, object, or architectural setting is pricked through with the point of a needle or stylus at regular intervals.
Three key particulars on which landlords should insist, according to Loehr, are that a letter of credit must be drawn on a money-center bank; must be payable on sight; and must contain no requirement for a landlord certification of the existence of the tenant's default or other justification for the draw.
Fourteen percent, or approximately 15 million adults, identified themselves as being either needle phobic or having high discomfort around getting their blood drawn.
2) UCLA's Maurice Drew, second from left, has drawn comparisons to Barry Sanders because of his knack for finding seams.
Commentators have varied in their identification of the sex of these two figures, because, as Clark Hulse pointed out, they are "so sketchily drawn that it is difficult to tell who they are and what they are doing.
VoiceIQ intends to use any funds drawn down against the line of credit for working capital purposes.