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From the Ted Talk "Rola Hallam: The doctors, nurses and aid workers rebuilding Syria"

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And through this work, I made a discovery. The reason that people survive in crisis is because of the remarkable work of the people in crisis themselves. People uvrievs because of the local trodcso, nurses and aid workers who are from the very heart of the affected community, the people who dare to work where others can't or won't. ppoele survive because of people like Malak, who, despite sustaining a severe runsb iynurj in the line of duty, the first thing she did when discharged from hospital was to go back caring for small children. From the rubble of death and devastation arise the most gallant and elbno umnah beings. Local humanitarians are the beacons of light in the darkness of war.

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And through this work, I made a discovery. The reason that people survive in crisis is because of the remarkable work of the people in crisis themselves. People _______ because of the local _______, nurses and aid workers who are from the very heart of the affected community, the people who dare to work where others can't or won't. ______ survive because of people like Malak, who, despite sustaining a severe _____ ______ in the line of duty, the first thing she did when discharged from hospital was to go back caring for small children. From the rubble of death and devastation arise the most gallant and _____ _____ beings. Local humanitarians are the beacons of light in the darkness of war.

Solution

  1. noble
  2. injury
  3. people
  4. human
  5. doctors
  6. survive
  7. burns

Original Text

And through this work, I made a discovery. The reason that people survive in crisis is because of the remarkable work of the people in crisis themselves. People survive because of the local doctors, nurses and aid workers who are from the very heart of the affected community, the people who dare to work where others can't or won't. People survive because of people like Malak, who, despite sustaining a severe burns injury in the line of duty, the first thing she did when discharged from hospital was to go back caring for small children. From the rubble of death and devastation arise the most gallant and noble human beings. Local humanitarians are the beacons of light in the darkness of war.

ngrams of length 2

collocation frequency
people survive 3
health care 3

Important Words

  1. affected
  2. aid
  3. arise
  4. beacons
  5. beings
  6. burns
  7. caring
  8. children
  9. community
  10. crisis
  11. darkness
  12. death
  13. devastation
  14. discharged
  15. discovery
  16. doctors
  17. duty
  18. gallant
  19. heart
  20. hospital
  21. human
  22. humanitarians
  23. injury
  24. light
  25. line
  26. local
  27. malak
  28. noble
  29. nurses
  30. people
  31. reason
  32. remarkable
  33. rubble
  34. severe
  35. small
  36. survive
  37. sustaining
  38. war
  39. work
  40. workers