com) was so fascinating that I literally scanned its entries for hours, salivating
at the blogger's descriptions of each and every entree.
This isn't just another magazine cover," said Hunter as Beyonce posed for dozens of salivating
So one opens the box, salivating
with the thought of a fat-laden morsel of sweet, chocolatey goodness, and instead finds something with the richness of a bowl of oatmeal, plus a laxative sweetener--and, one assumes counteracts the suddenly increased cortisol levels via vocalizations and limb flailing--thus effecting the purported reduction in stress level.
China's cautious flirtations with capitalism have had Western industrialists salivating
over the prospect of cultivating millions of new customers.
Medical planners are salivating
to get actionable information," says Foster.
Religious Right leaders are salivating
at the prospect of overturning legal abortion, an action that could occur as soon as one more Supreme Court seat opens up.
You could be excused for salivating
at the prospect of Great European Gardens: Atlas of Historic Plans.
OK, weOre not exactly salivating
over the prospect of hot water and lemon slices for starters, but the pud I antioxidant- rich chocolate and almond milk fondue with berries I sounds a pretty nice way to beat wrinkles.
Recent zoning changes for a 75-block portion of the Greenpoint and North Williamsburg sections of Brooklyn are paving the way for residential conversion of industrial properties and have some development speculators salivating
, as high-end residential development moves beyond Manhattan and many New Yorkers take a fresh look at waterfront areas that have been inaccessible to the public for most of the city's history.
Before thoughts of turkey start, you salivating
, let's pay tribute to this unusual bird.
Venezuelan authorities, who had been salivating
over royalties from a huge mine, charged that Mineria Las Cristinas and Placer had violated their contract by not developing the mine faster and called the transfer to Vannessa a contract violation.
Republicans have been salivating
over the Georgia Senate seat up for grabs in 2004 ever since quasi-Democrat Zell Miller announced that he would not run for reelection.