Acid air pollution is eating away
at stone buildings such as the Tower of Pisa, imperial monuments in Rome, and much of central Florence.
Eventually he told me that the thing that was eating away
at him was that no one believed he was a genuine refugee.
For one thing, May 2004 is a very long time for such a damaging and divisive issue to be left festering and eating away
at the fabric of the church.
Instead, explains one of the teams, the single-celled dinoflagellate alga kills by swarming over a fish and eating away
But consolidators also can offer solutions to insurers' increasingly severe problems that are eating away
The Manufactured Crisis is a much needed antidote to the poisonous waves of myth, distortion, and misrepresentation that are eating away
at the foundations of and the public's confidence in public education.
Now segregation was being lost, formally, and at the same time Wallace's racial alchemy was eating away
at the party's distinctive bond with ordinary citizens.
Some people believe the federal deficit is a cancer eating away
at the nation's future; others believe deficits don't really matter.
Moreover, it will be tougher to stay ahead of inflation, which is expected to climb to about 5%, eating away
at investment returns.
They did a skin graft but they didn't see what was inside -- the bacteria eating away
, eating away
The MQM chief added that it was time to wipe out the terrorists eating away
the very vitality of the country.
If it wasn't bad enough that Scrabble on my gadget was taking over my life, now chess is eating away
at yet more of my time.
The singer said: "Some visiting preachers would be very vociferous in their bigotry - it made me think I was vile, that there was something inside me that was a cancer eating away
THE mother of a Birmingham teenager shot dead ten years ago has described his death as a "cancer eating away
"Now we are getting worried that they could be in the house, eating away
at the wood."