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voracious

(vō-rā′shŭs) [L. vorare, to devour]
Having an insatiable or ravenous appetite.
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Over a million more cable viewers voraciously consume news in Hindi, English and dozens of regional languages.
This period may last two years while they feed voraciously on snails and slugs, which is why fireflies are commonly found in moist habitats preferred by terrestrial mollusks.
According to an official, such outbreaks, when large numbers of larvae move from field to field voraciously feeding on foliage, can occur every several years but are typically quite localized.
He read voraciously,' Kadir said, when asked to describe the late Sanusi.
Tuyong (Gambusia affinis), which voraciously consumes mosquito larvae, can be the better weapon against dengue instead of the expensive and controversial Dengvaxia, said Westly Rosario, research center chief of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resouces (BFAR).
Some of the obscene amounts they claim as salaries for doing more harm than good could be used to build central-heated shacks for the homeless in the gardens of the opulent homes they have acquired by voraciously robbing the public purse.
So, who was creating the demand for these stories and then voraciously devouring them, if not a great many members of the public?
Remove them, as, when hatched caterpillars will feed voraciously and could completely exfoliate your plant.
Looking forward however, in an age when so many of us voraciously consume our news from online sources, that history is no longer enough.
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The former voraciously punished anything short of a length while the left-handed Westwood was severe on any width offered outside off-stump.