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He could make a louder rasping growl than any of them.
I passed my hand over the horny projections, and my teeth went on edge once more from the horrible rasping sensation produced.
Swivelling superbly to meet Erik Durm's cross from the left in first-half stoppage time, the hardworking Belgium international saw his rasping volley rattle the underside of Paulo Gazzaniga's bar and bounce out.
The team from the university's medical department developed a "KAU rasping tool," an instrument that sculpts the cartilage of the body without the need for surgical intervention.
I don't find anything remotely sexy about a rasping ditty that sounds like an advert for a dodgy chat line.
After a quiet opening Lines sent Jordan Pickford the wrong way from the spot on 12 minutes when Louis Dodds' rasping strike was blocked by the arm of Rory McArdle.
The highlight for me, apart from the dancing Tunnock's Teacakes, was Rod Stewart in his shiny, sharp suit rasping tunes we'd never heard of.
The tall Cornishman was despatched through midoff by Rudolph who then cut Raine for four, whilst Rees also unfurled a rasping straight drive against Shreck.
Riddick is less a character than a pair of pumped-up biceps stitched together by armour holding a rasping voicebox.
James Wesolowski fired the Latics ahead shortly before half-time with a rasping drive from just outside the area.
This week, it's the turn of all things animal, from a Great White shark that tries to lunch on a couple of cage divers, to the rasping rooster who has become a star on Germany's thrash metal scene.
breathing in, rasping the voice; a sigh saved only for viewing great