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he pounced on the food hungrily
- The pirates looked hungrily at four of their fellow passengers.
- The cold war not only did not bypass Asia, as its propagandists might have imagined; it fed hungrily upon the region's predilection for single, domineering leaders.
- And as we began hungrily digging in, he emerged with a hearty stew of Gennifer Flowers, "I didn't inhale" and Whitewater.
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- Rockland flight club invites public to take off
David Daks watched in wonder as the miniature MiG-15 zipped around the skies high above the covered Clarkstown landfill, his eyes hungrily taking in the mostly foam plane's every climb and dip, each loop and spin.
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- Andy Flower in ECB.co.uk
Yesterday we had to make them play as much as possible and I thought it was a lion-hearted effort on everyone's part,Flower said. "Those guys hunted wickets hungrily throughout this Test match in both innings." "They gave everything...
- Kathleen E Woodiwiss in Denver Post
I love Patton and think the world of him and his talent. That will never change, no matter how many times he chooses to wear a kilt and hungrily guzzle sugary sweet, Sierra Mist (Oh snap!!) in an unintentional metaphor for everything being... David Cross http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Cross&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHHbJNO1Iuz1GJSdYQWZAfsMEOg_Q Los Angeles Times http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/movies/la-et-cross3jan03,1,3596780.storylink%3Fcoll%3Dla-headlines-entnews&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGQgCw8dRR3XsHY-8Dz0jm1m3571A Jan 2, 2008
48805 65999 hungrily In the next instant his lips moved hungrily over hers, stirring feelings that threatened to sweep her away," Woodiwiss wrote.