He also thought that a diet which made their bodies slim would do more to increase their height than one that consisted of flesh-forming food.On the other hand, lest they should feel too much the pinch of hunger,1 while not giving them the opportunity of taking what they wanted without trouble he allowed them to alleviate their hunger by stealing something.
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