wolf down

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eat hastily


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Unlike Childs' gnashers after the video to their first single Candyfloss in which he and Blake had to wolf down 16 plates of the stuff in one sitting.
It's all pretty standard Schwarzenegger stuff as Brewer takes first to the South American jungle and later Washington DC to track the Wolf down.
/ They're all doggies (so it isn't rude) / For slick Dalmatians to wolf down fast food.
Unless you're suicidal, why on earth would you want to wolf down a Quad Stacker--4 hamburger patties, 4 slices of cheese, 8 strips of bacon, plus sauce and bun?
MANY WILL SCOFF AT THE IDEA OF A VEGETARIAN ATHLETE, believing that a serious competitor must wolf down steaks and swallow eggs by the carton-full.
How often do we wolf down lunch between meetings or grab a bite in the car, barely even tasting the food?
I watched Lucero wolf down a breakfast of "tosilog" (Philippine-style cured pork), garlic rice and scrambled eggs.
The Jolly Fryer take-away has put a free diet coke on offer for anyone who can wolf down the massive meal without help from friends.
It took just 10 minutes for Denzil Gunner to wolf down 41 mince pies - just five pies short of the world record.
So Ireland's vice girls are being forced to wolf down McDonalds and Burger King on the job?
If you can't dedicate hours to reading and take it when you can get it, you can lose convoluted plots and it's hard to keep track of all the characters and evidence, but with this, you can easily wolf down one of the 20-odd page stories in one go.
Then she fulfilled another after months of a punishing fitness regime for the movie by shunning the after-show parties so she could wolf down a burger and a Coke.
Or would the Britishpublic really be shocked to learn that Carol Vorderman is not managing her debts with one single monthly payment to a loan company, Jacko from Brush Strokes doesn't really clean his own bathroom and Dawn French does not wolf down truckloads of chocolate oranges every night?
So Polly took the wolf down to the kitchen as usual.
The gaping jaws of this BKS Transport Airlines' Bristol Wayfarer airferry wolf down a Ford Taunus and (we think) a Vauxhall Cresta estate, on the Liverpool Speke-Dublin airferry's 1961 season launch on May 1, which also carried three passengers (well, it was the first day) Picture: DAILY POST ARCHIVE