marks appear as paired, in some places divergent, grooves of wide-ranging size.
Examination of the skeletal material revealed damage to long bones including the humeri, consisting of splintered and abraded ends, rather than parallel gnaw
marks commonly left by rodents.
The findings, published in the journal PLoS ONE, showed that it is the rat's muscles that increase bite efficiency, allowing it to gnaw
and chew with more success than species that specialise in just one of these methods.
Now, they did not gnaw
the peanut butter poised to snap their
There is no military solution to the resentments and legitimate questions of justice that gnaw
at the Holy Land.
Periods of uncertainty in life do gnaw
at us from time to time.
WHILE most women would rather gnaw
off their own foot than let the world catch a glimpse of their thighs -- unless it's on a foreign beach or a beauty therapy table, singer Jamelia is justifiably proud of her pins.
The use of plastic trash containers represents no problem to rats that can gnaw
through them with relative ease.
The title comes from a cryptic yet provocative offhand comment--"Liz Taylor was snakebit, but she fought back"--that, like the play as a whole, leaves you with something juicy to gnaw
Instead of single cataclysmic events like Enron or MCI shaking the market to its core, these suits could present a slow drip that may gnaw
at the D&O market persistently over time and present another governance headache to corporate boards.
Once again, Waterford failed to raise a green flag in a big game but McGrath (right) insisted: "It wouldn't gnaw
Washington, Apr 28 ( ANI ): Mice and rats have evolved to gnaw
with their front teeth and chew with their back teeth more effectively than rodents that 'specialise' in one or other of these biting mechanisms, according to a new study.
Family meal Analyses of the gnaw
marks on bones of Majungatholus atopus, a carnivorous dinosaur, indicated that the creatures routinely fed on members of their own species (163: 211 *).
Female scavengers gnaw
at their own limbs in a demented "Feast of Harpies.
This means that they need things to gnaw
on to wear their teeth down or they can grow into the skin, causing pain.