tearing away

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The singer was first seen tearing away from a crowd of screaming girls at the after-party for his William Rast show at Hudson Terrace.
Some 220 auto shredding plants are tearing away at car bodies and other scrap across the country, according to the latest survey of the shredding plant landscape conducted by Recycling Today's staff.
The band was famous for tearing away the increasingly pretentious, conformist and dogmatic layers of emergent hardcore in the late '70s and early '80s, blending slower rhythms and funk into their music.
Republican pit bulls are tearing away the caring institutions that Democrats have built in our beloved country over the last century.