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    Famine and Drought

    What are the differences "famine" and "drought"?

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    Re: Famine and Drought

    Quote Originally Posted by dlwnmbg View Post
    What are the differences "famine" and "drought"?
    FAMINE means a lack or severe shortage of food during a long period of time in a particular place. DROUGHT, on the other hand, refers to long period of time when there is little or no rain. In this case, people are in need for water, not food.
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    Re: Famine and Drought

    Quote Originally Posted by dlwnmbg View Post
    What are the differences "famine" and "drought"?
    Both of these words can be found in any dictionary.

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