Conservatives may lionize Edward Snowden now, says Michael Tomasky, but ultimately his actions are going to tear apart the GOP.
In two weeks, I got enough information to tear apart that movie frame-by-frame.
“If we do not stop these words that kill and that tear apart our society, there will be other Ilan Halimis,” he warned.
By raising my elbow to its original position, and using it as a lever, I could tear apart the crushed fibres.
Bake brown, tear apart while hot, and fill with fresh peaches crushed with sugar.
He discovered, also, what old stumps to tear apart when he wanted a pleasantly acid tonic dose of the larvæ of the wood-ant.
No animal could tear apart the bales, and, even in the severest storm, no water could reach them.
Under lateral pressure strata may fold to a certain point and then tear apart and fault along the surface of least resistance.
Can one illume a leaden sky,Or tear apart the shadowy veil Thicker than pitch, no star on high,Not one funereal glimmer pale?
Say, round up the gang, will you, while I'm licking some of this stuff into shape for you to tear apart?