Our feature "All Dried Up" should whet
student interest in weather cycles and the causes of drought.
Why blow a sixth to a quarter of a day's saturated fat on eight or nine mini pretzels, which may not be enough to whet
to make keen or eager; stimulate: to whet
the appetite; to whet
The competition between Apple's iTunes/iPod juggernaut and Microsoft's Zune platform will whet
consumers' appetites for digital video, though it will be quite a long time before we see consumers completely abandon the DVD in favor of digital downloads.
is the best derision you have made in your career?
Both were released today by publisher Blooms-bury to whet
appetites before it hits the shelves.
Disturbing revelations at the end of this novel will whet
readers' appetites for the sequel, Soul Eaters, in which Torak will be forced to face his destiny.
There's plenty here to whet
a foodie or visitor's appetite.
my appetite to play more singles," she said.
There is much here to whet
a youngster's interest in mayflies, termites, butterflies, weevils, fleas, and mantids, among other creatures, Recommended for ages 7-9.
Here are some brief descriptions, to whet
The Los Angeles Lakers play at home against the Houston Rockets on December 25 at 7:30 Pacific Time, At whet
time would e fan in Houston be able to see the game on TV?
WITH superhero fever still burning up the movies, this new picture of the webbed wonder's lastest baddie should whet
your appetite for the next installment of the crime-fighting tale.
Here's a take on breast-feeding to whet
your comedy tastebuds: 'She's got so much silicone in there, the poor lad's going to get his milk in cartons.
That daily hour and a half of repetitious activity is necessary to whet
the fine edge of our skills to razor sharpness.