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So I read, ravenously, all the tales I could find of wild frontiers and embattled borders, the lonelier and more disputed the better.
They ravenously destroy the most fundamental principles of journalism at the expense of defending the ruling party.
These are my monthly visits to the chippy, usually after a long day at work: get there ravenously hungry, join a queue for 20 minutes, eventually buy fish and chips, finally get home and they're lukewarm, begin eating and then realise you don't fancy all that food in the first place.
Ravenously hungry, she rifles through the bins, tipping her head back to drain dregs from a water bottle, and licking the crumbs from a discarded crisp packet.
My sister gave me a box full of past issues of COUNTRYSIDE which I have been reading ravenously for the past couple weeks.
This will hold them until dinner, and they won't snack ravenously after school.
The problem is that as our culture steams ravenously along we have more and more of a mandated forced-feeding.
Rate your hunger on a scale of 1 to 10 where 1 is ravenously hungry and 10 is stuffed to discomfort.
Dual or "optional" federal regulation--where carriers choose their regulators and a new federal bureaucracy gets created--is the Trojan horse that rolls up the steps of the Capitol every year and disgorges squads of bank and securities lobbyists, who then try to devour the insurance sector, while the federal government gazes ravenously at every state's insurance premium tax receipts.
Such opportunities not only help the magazine stay on top of the latest bowhunting trends, they provide valuable feedbackto manufacturers, who ravenously devour constructive criticism received from prototype users to make even more refinements before a final product is shipped to consumers.
The state's revenue is more and more ravenously consumed by salaries and such while the nation's investment allocations sank lower and lower to levels among the least in the world.