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someone who eats greedily or voraciously

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I'm a box set devourer, and I love a bit of Scandi Noir, so I'd watch three or four hours of one of those shows.
Gates is a devourer of books and has the curiosity and thirst for knowledge of a youngster discovering the world.
From them, according to Birzer, Kirk received reinforcement chat "society is something more than the Gross National Product; chat che country lane is healthier than the Long Street; chat more wisdom lies in Tradition chan in Scientism; that Leviathan is a devourer, not a savior.
The band's 2016 "Delirium: A Southern Gothic Fable" is a five-part tragedy that happens in the listener's mind - Delirium, the Devourer of Minds (sung by lead singer Jake McNeillie), is an entity who casts his spell upon the listener, seeping into their mind with his twisted, mad stories of darkness.
But when that money devourer is a secret from even your inner circle, it can gnaw at everything - relationships included.
Thus one portion of being is the Prolific, the other the Devouring: to the devourer it seems as if the producer was in his chains; but it is not so, he only takes portions of existence and fancies that the whole.
Lily's mission to also keep the Devourer from literally destroying the world, however, is ongoing, likely to be addressed in a third volume.
Pero many thought, y yo tambien lo pense, that it was un favor especial and mercy which el Cielo showed a Espana al permitirle la destruccion of that source and hiding place of mischief, that devourer, esponja, and moth of infinidad de dineros, fruitlessly wasted there to no other proposito salvo preserving la memoria of its captura por el invencible Charles Quinto; as if to make that eternal, as it is and will be, aquellas piedras were needed to sustentarla.
The voracious eighteenth-century reader, gluttonous for frenchified trash, is easily compared to the devourer of a newly expansive cuisine influenced by continental flavors and techniques.
It is topped by Kevin Ball, who did become a good friend and was a genuine devourer of the timid.
The SNP intends to sail where Maggie Thatcher and John Major didn't venture by handing Serco, a Hampshirebased devourer of public service contracts and a firm with a dubious record, the famous Western Isles routes such as Oban to Tobermory and Ullapool to Stornoway.
Book one, Gamers and Gods: AES (ISBN: 978-1503091627) covers the battle of Asklepios (Aes) against the Devourer of Millions (Am-heh).
Atkinson, 60, said: "I've been a devourer of the Maigret novels for many years and I 'm looking forward to playing such an intriguing character.
Consett-born comic Atkinson, who studied at Newcastle University, said: "I have been a devourer of the Maigret novels for many years and I'm very much looking forward to playing such an intriguing character, at work in Paris during a fascinating period in its history".