scoffing


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It's thought the striker was trying to dodge the eye of manager Ronnie Deila by unwrapping and scoffing the snack in seconds.
Steve McCabe, Labour MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, said: "It's clear that all the Tories will be doing is swanning abound in Birmingham scoffing smoked-salmon roulades and fancy prawn vol-au-vents.
MANILA -- Instead of scoffing at government witnesses in the pork barrel scam, Vice President Jejomar Binay should support the government's effort in pursuing those involved in the scam, Justice Secretary Leila De Lima said Monday.
He equalled his record, scoffing down a total of 68 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes and he said it wasn't easy.
But perhaps those same scoffing politicians should realise that Northern Ireland's fed-up public wants and needs leaders who show genuine humanity.