I'm on a mission this year to avoid business time wasters - and I'm not talking about the great distracters that can chew away
at our productivity, like email overload, unstructured meetings, bureaucracy and dare I say it, social media.
It was also kids screaming and squealing at the top of their lungs as Chinn lifted the doomed cockroach out of a plastic container, turned it over, packed its squirming feet down, stuck it up into his right cheek and began to chew away
as his eyes closed tightly, his face scrunched up and he looked as if he was about to, uh, lose his cookies.
What normally happens when a bee detects infested brood," says Harris, "is that it will pierce the waxy cap topping the cell, chew away
at it, and then eat the parasitized bee.
Burnet's self becomes something substantial, something unique that our appetites and our immune systems ignore while they chew away
at the rest of the organic world.
I thought how a mouse manages to scrape and chew away
the hardest wood with its chisel-like teeth and it works quietly; nobody takes much notice, so I put the mouse on all my work.
Like sandpaper, grit comes in various grades of coarseness, but they all have the same purpose: to chew away
at the mirror blank's glass surface.
A "rasp" cut individual teeth that chew away
wood quickly and coarsely.
If you live in a rural area, you may need to add some extra rabbit protection as they will chew away
the bark, which will eventually kill the tree if unheeded.