gnawing


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marked by severity or intensity

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There was evidence of gnawing to numerous individual packets of crisps within multi-packs of crisps for sale.
Then we get to the third gnawing question in your gnawing question, which is, should you keep trying to articulate your unmet needs in hopes of getting them met, or get off the hamster wheel?
A: You are correct in both assumptions you have made about the squirrel gnawing on the bone.
A group of rodents called sciuromorphs, which includes the squirrel, began to specialise in gnawing adaptations, and the hystricomorphs, including the guinea pig, chose chewing.
Dart stresses, "is that porcupine gnawing, even when it affects 24.
IF THE nerves were gnawing away at him inside then Paul Robinson is a better actor than he is a goalkeeper.
He said: "The HSE report suggests rodents have a penchant for gnawing lead pipes.
It should be about a gnawing hunger in the soul, about a deep desire to be part of the great human family that comes together to pray, to sing, to weep, to grieve, to remember that not one of us is so worthy as to judge others, and to be nourished in the experience.
With the nagging and gnawing pangs of hunger banished, a broad smile was etched on the face of the unknown guest.
A gnawing problem that seems to be getting worse is oleander leaf scorch.
In the first book, after years away from formal worship, he realizes he needs to re-connect with the role of God in his life, but struggles to understand what it is, amid "the gnawing tug of doubt.
Equally choleric is Bindweed and Red, a densely populated expanse of appendages in gnawing chartreuse that perceptibly warps ambient light with its volatile fluorescence.
An estimated 50% of farm fires result from rats gnawing electric cables, costing farmers up to pounds 28m-a-year
In reality, such ceremonies lend credence to the gnawing suspicion that the workplace is rapidly becoming an absolute nightmare for those who inhabit it.
In this book, he tells what it feels like to be a Palestinian today, with feelings of displacement, of injustice gnawing at the core of his being.