I cannot see how we can possibly maintain the growth of GDP in the long term if we continue to consume our planet as voraciously
as we are doing," he told MEPs.
But you can't switch off so easily if you're caught up in a workplace culture which feeds voraciously
off harassment of innocent employees.
Native creatures encountering newly arrived adult cane toads will eat them voraciously
, having "not grown up with them," Shine explains.
Dare we whisper of racial hate, cruelty that feeds voraciously
After moving to New York, he studied dance voraciously
before working with choreographers such as Margie Gillis.
My escape was in books which I went through as voraciously
as a caterpillar eating a cabbage leaf.
Even before I became a journalist--one of the only professions where it's socially acceptable to ask people probing personal questions--I would voraciously
read biographies and memoirs.
COUNTRYSIDE: I am one of a growing number of like-minded inmates in a Texas panhandle correctional facility who reads voraciously
, all things sustainable.
Next up for the voraciously
wicked couple was the HarperStudio-published book, This is Why You're Fat: Where Dreams Become Heart Attacks, which went to print just a few months ago.
Snook and tarpon are light, either to blend with the sand bottom or midwater and surface habitats where they prey voraciously
on mullet, sardines and anchovies.
I imagine these being read voraciously
by horse enthusiast girls who will be transported into the horse world of their dreams.
read her book When I Was Puerto Rican in a couple of days with tears in my eyes, as I remembered my lonely and hard-working days in the 1990s as the eldest daughter of a large family.