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malaria
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A Farewell to Arms
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  • She had quite a little work with the malaria people, the boy who had unscrewed the nosecap was a friend of ours and never rang at night, unless it was necessary but between the times of working we were together.
  • There were three other patients in the hospital now, a thin boy in the Red Cross from Georgia with malaria, a nice boy, also thin, from New York, with malaria and jaundice, and a fine boy who had tried to unscrew the fusecap from a combination shrapnel and high explosive shell for a souvenir.
  • There were three other patients in the hospital now, a thin boy in the Red Cross from Georgia with malaria, a nice boy, also thin, from New York, with malaria and jaundice, and a fine boy who had tried to unscrew the fusecap from a combination shrapnel and high explosive shell for a souvenir.

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  • Malaria is one of the areas of focus for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
  • fell ill with malaria and nothing the healer concocted saved him.
    Alice Walker  --  The Color Purple

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