Jeffrey Blumberg cautioned against seeing the result as a green light to chow down
Coauthor Stan Woosley of the University of California, Santa Cruz notes that a newborn black hole has an abundance of material on which to chow down
We've already written a lot about the virtues of cold breakfast cereals, but recent studies have come up with even more good reasons to chow down
on those "grrrrrreat
What if they prefer to chow down
on pizza and fries?
Joseph table celebrations in church basements and local restaurants to chow down
on the great spread of Italian foods set out at this least.
Since you aren't lucky enough to be a Japanese quail, my best advice is to chow down
on some whale blubber and bulk up.
According to the study, which examined 400 school districts, by the time children march in to the cafeteria, wait in line, and sort out their money or tickets with the cashier, they really have only about five minutes to chow down
The Cantril Farm star knows exactly who he'd most like to chow down
5] who can't believe that a cow would chow down
on fish should have a good look in their own backyard.
While it's amusing to watch Greenspan chow down
, and it's well-nigh hilarious to see politicians falling all over each other to denounce the corporations they swathed and suckled along the way, at least some of the nonsense about the magic of the free market is being dispelled.
Instead, go to your supermarket and pick up a chicken, go home, stick it in the oven and chow down
We've been at points where we've almost been running out of gas on the weekend," says Skulech of the typical weekend crowds of 300-400 snowmobilers looking to either catch up on sleep, chow down
or gas up while passing through on Trail 'D' to Wawa 70 miles to the north or Searchmont, 85 miles to the south.
Personally I consider Hampton's conflation of cornball humanism in Iran with cornball humanism in the American heartland a bit on the corny side, particularly when it has to glide over formal matters to chow down
with homilies like "Hou's homespun chickens-come-home-to -Proust.
And worse, enticed by "value meals," we're swayed to chow down
a "supersize" pile of fries along with our Coke and Quarter Pounders.
Nintendo's cutesy dino sidekick has to defend the baby Mario riding on his back, flutter jump from platform to platform and chow down
on enemies, turning them into eggs which can be shot back at foes.