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Didier Drogba grabbed a hat-trick and Florent Malouda scored twice as promoted West Brom, managed by former Chelsea midfielder Roberto di Matteo, were picked apart at Stamford Bridge.
J--Corporate governance consultant Stuart Levine picked apart problems with credit union governance through a series of interactive questions.
And Hodgson, who first met Ferguson while coaching at Swedish side Malmo in the 1980s, believes United's defence can be picked apart at present.
Like anything that's overly long and mercilessly picked apart, the presidential nominating process can get tired, tangled and petty.
O'Sullivan has voiced his frustration that the morale-sapping 32-17 victory over Namibia is still being picked apart as Ireland prepared to face Georgia today.
As if trying to balance that equation were not difficult enough, those suppliers that fail to follow this formula will likely be picked apart by private equity investors.
Within a month, Malouf, his 13-year-old son, Vincent, and Greer will be moving into the home - one that has been picked apart in recent months.
I read a kind of lukewarm review of us just yesterday and this guy picked apart my lyrics soothingly on "American Funeral.
Benjamin, as a writer, was like a reverse oyster, secreting some tiny drop of nacre and then embedding it in thicker and thicker layers of sand, to be picked apart grain by grain.
When we picked apart a serving of the stuff, we unearthed all of a half-tablespoon of chicken and 3 1/2 tablespoons of rice.
In 1975, he methodically picked apart Jimmy Connors, shot-by-shot, to win Wimbledon--one of the most startling upsets in the sport's history.