His Fox News Channel is a shark-toothed star machine leaving its cable competitors in the dust.
The dust catches in the throat like smoke, and the tiny glasslike shards sting the eyes.
At the beginning of 2011, the conventional wisdom was that when the dust settled, Romney would win the GOP nomination.
The planes promptly took off, leaving Obama and his crew in the dust.
They see the little girl, they see the explosion, the dust is all around them, the wounded man is in front of them.
Now, is it reasonable to believe that dust, however fine, will remain in the atmosphere at that elevation for over six months?
Again, the blade descended, bringing a spurt of dust from his clothing.
Titokowaru was safe in his bush retreat in the Ngatimaru Country, his last battle fought, his once godlike mana in the dust.
It is the barrier against which all socialism breaks into dust.
Now that their hearts have been dust all these hundreds of years, what good is it to them that they denied themselves love?
Old English dust, from Proto-Germanic *dunstaz (cf. Old High German tunst "storm, breath," German Dunst "mist, vapor," Danish dyst "milldust," Dutch duist), from PIE *dheu- (1) "dust, smoke, vapor" (cf. Sanskrit dhu- "shake," Latin fumus "smoke"). Meaning "that to which living matter decays" was in Old English, hence, figuratively, "mortal life."
Narcotics in powder form (1960s+ Narcotics)