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Narrated by Martha, who has the spot-on speech patterns of an insatiably adventurous tot, the book sees the bunny family hop in their camper van for a holiday by the beach.
Narrated by Martha, who has the spot-on speech patterns of an insatiably Narrated by Martha, who has the spot-on speech patterns of an insatiably adventurous tot, the book sees the bunny family hop in their camper van for a holiday by the beach.
But it does require an almost insatiably birdy dog who enjoys a little scuffle with a bird now and then.
He knew that they would all listen insatiably until the moment when the grave little old man, the moral authority, handed him the award.
Yet what was Baruch Goldstein if not a species of suicide bomber -- one moreover who stood for an insatiably land-grabbing Jewish settler movement whose actions have steadily eroded the possibility that there will ever be an independent Palestinian state and whose adherents include racist zealots soaked in the conviction that Arabs are barely human?
95)); and a generalized, vague longing, a desire for desire that is somehow linked above all to the sea ("'I am desire", said the sea, "I crave all, insatiably I long, untiringly I hold'" (p.
6% of the world's population, yet insatiably consumes from 25% to a third of the world's resources.
The people who stay are the ones who are insatiably curious and open-minded.
The Clintons want to do big worthy things, but they also want to squeeze money from rich people wherever they live on planet Earth, insatiably gobbling up cash for politics and charity and themselves from the same incestuous swirl.
Maier had an insatiably "hungry eye," in the words of Evans; the woman who shut herself off at home opened up to the world when she took her camera out on the street.
Meanwhile, organizations' thirst for the information held within those databases continues insatiably.