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Owing to the insanitary conditions and malarial swamps in some parts there was also a heavy incidence of disease.
Draining malarial swamps and "turning the desert green" have assumed somewhat lower priorities than in earlier years.
To be sure, the nation would not be safe from terrorist attack until the malarial swamps were completely drained - something else the Democrats opposed.
Those not slaughtered have fled over the border or remain hidden in the malarial swamps that divide Burundi from neighboring Rwanda.
In 1699, the capital was moved there away from the malarial swamps around Jamestown and named Williamsburg, after William of Orange.
The 12,000 or so who finally arrived in Kenya had returned from Ethiopia to the Sudan on a route through swollen rivers and malarial swamps.
Malarial swamps and sand dunes shifted alternately over the land as the twin rivers ran wild over the alluvial plain.
His father was a German intellectual who settled in Palestine in 1920, a pioneer who helped drain the malarial swamps and cultivate the desert.
"The irony is that it is not only food we produce, but people forget that in the 16th and 17th centuries these rice fields were malarial swamps."
Jewish migrants and organizations began making large land purchases, in particular buying malarial swamps (of which there were many) and draining them to produce highly fertile land.
However, the road did little to alter the state of the surrounding area, which remained full of malarial swamps, teeming with snakes and scorpions, until well into the 20th century.
The communist authorities made progress in draining the malarial swamps of the central coastal plains, building hydroelectric schemes, raising the literacy level and laying down the country's railway lines.
The economy, banking, massive public works programmes, the conversion of coastal malarial swamps into arable land and an ambitious modernisation of the armed forces were all part of Mussolini's grand plan.
Far to the southeast, along the India-Nepal frontier, colossal thunderheads drifted over the malarial swamps of the Terai, illuminating the heavens with surreal bursts of orange and blue lightning.
He chose Ravenna on the basis that the malarial swamps around the town would provide protection from barbarian invaders - and in fact, they did until 476 when the city fell to the Goths.
Vegetius' brief section on the health of a Roman legion states only that a legion can avoid disease by staying out of malarial swamps, working out regularly and living a healthy life.
Because the Tharu lived in isolation in malarial swamps until the recent use of DDT, they developed a style of decorating the walls, rice containers and other objects in their environment.
But to reach the holes, the Dutch would have to wade up to their armpits through malarial swamps, then swim turbulent streams while Portuguese on the walls shot at them, and this they were hesitant to do.
Like the malarial swamps out of which the Most Serene Republic rose, we have seen that human altruism, communal feeling and social responsibility arose out of the egoistic, sadistic and erotic drives with which nature had endowed man.
The good part, in this view, occurred during the early years following Fascism's rise to power in 1922, when it put an end to partisan political strife and the threat of left-wing revolution, drained the country's malarial swamps and made the trains run on time.
In the years just prior to the Civil War, the town gained a reputation as a summer resort for many Lowcountry planters trying to escape the malarial swamps of the Lowcountry for the moderate climate to be found in the Upstate.
On one of the seven hills of ancient Rome, the fortress-like Palazzo del Quirinale, once summer residence to popes fleeing the malarial swamps of the Vatican down by the Tiber, housed the new king of Italy after 1870, and since 1947 is the presidential palace.
In one of the most inaccessible parts of Africa, reachable only by wading through the oozing mud of malarial swamps, 10,000 young boys watched as large white sacks, stamped as a gift from the United States and packed with corn and beans, floated down from the sky under parachutes.
Upon terminating diplomatic relations, the French bombarded and occupied the harbor of Toamasina on the east coast in December 1894, then captured Mahajanga on the west coast the following month and immediately began their gradual advance, constructing roads through the malarial swamps that hindered passage to the island's interior.
Gilbert welcomed the Seventh-Day Adventist Church to set up their world headquarters and publishing house in Takoma Park, DC with a hospital and college in neighboring Takoma Park, Maryland, and promoted the community's reputation for vegetarianism and "clean living" away from the "malarial swamps" of the city.