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  • I must not get what you mean because I find hundreds of new books every day that I want to read huge piles of them accumulating in my lair in all genres and some in no genres to speak of as a Voracious Reader this makes me very happy so I can't believe you're saying fewer books being written

    Remakes versus Adaptations

  • Goldie Hawn Opens Up About Giving Birth to "Voracious" Kate Hudson

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  • Voracious readers like I was read everything, putting stuff that was (or is) over our heads in the mental box the British writer Francis Spurling called "Don't Get It."

    Monica Edinger: A Book About Children's Books for Book Loving Adults

  • Voracious ESPN, always looking for new ways to slice and dice its content to suit various appetites, got a jump on other big media companies by starting localized sports websites — so far in Chicago, Boston, Dallas and Los Angeles — that's left the local sports media in cities likely to be targeted wondering whether they should fight or somehow defect.

    Picks and pans from the year in TV sports

  • I hate cute robots, and this book has too many of them; Magrs is self-conscious in his writing down to the presumed young reader's level, and the prose style is pretty awful; his characterisation of the Doctor is annoying and inconsistent; and the monster is called, I kid you not, the Voracious Craw.

    Labour invokes Doctor Who, again

  • Voracious and impatient — "I hate people who don't walk on escalators," he grumbles — he certainly makes the most of his limited time in Singapore.

    Critic's Guide to Monday TV: A Mother of an Episode, Bourdain's Layover and More!

  • Voracious demand from China, India and other emerging markets is boosting prices for titanium dioxide, a key ingredient in paint, just as it has for oil, copper, iron ore and fertilizer.

    Pricing Brightens for Paint Makers

  • Voracious diggers, the animals have torn up Little League fields and school playgrounds, ruined irrigation systems, and gobbled grass meant for cattle.

    Search to Find New Digs for Prairie Dogs Slows

  • (Voracious theater-goers will flash on Tom Stoppard's three-part Coast of Utopia, which in some ways was his attempt to write the Russian novel that The Demons already is.)

    David Finkle: First Nighter: Peter Stein Scores with Dostoyevsky's The Demons for 12 Hours!

  • America's Voracious Appetite For Losing Weight, I learned a great deal about what works, what doesn't and why, which is what today's blog is all about.

    Susan Yager: How NOT to Diet for the Next 100 Years


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