How To Use Eat away In A Sentence

  • In the araeostyle, for instance, if only a ninth or tenth part is given to the thickness, the column will look thin and mean, because the width of the intercolumniations is such that the air seems to eat away and diminish the thickness of such shafts. The Ten Books on Architecture
  • Wearing moisture-wicking synthetic fabrics that draw sweat away from the skin and allow heat to escape can be a significant help.
  • Acids dissolve gummy buildup and eat away tarnish.
  • AUSTRALIA are one defeat away from an embarrassing place in history after another thrashing. The Sun
  • Past hurts and grievances, if they are hung onto, eat away inside and also cause resentment. M. E. Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome - How To Live With It
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  • In addition to carrying heat away from the ground, convection causes clouds, thunderstorms, and hurricanes to form.
  • Even still, if the snow does melt, there will be corrosive salt caked on the roads to eat away at me wheels.
  • Matt Lauer and co. have gone through Internet abbreviations and have provided subtitles so that we can all rest easy, remain unalarmed, and not have to stock up on heavy things at the Home Depot in a last-ditch effort to beat away the young. BRB, I'm Throwin' Down: A Survival Guide for Teenage Slang on the Internet
  • It is also a corrosive agent - unless it is contained in chemically resistant vessels, it will eat away at them, eventually weakening them to the point of failure. Energy Economics and Politics, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • With totally enclosed inverters such as the SMV, there are two options to get rid of the heat losses within the drive - either make the drive physically bigger to convect the heat away, or use a cooling fan. Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news
  • He was checking for flystrike — a condition in which maggots eat away at an animal — when he lost it. Times, Sunday Times
  • They can cause fires by gnawing electrical cables and eat away at beams, pest control firms warn. The Sun
  • Scrape meat away from around thigh bone.
  • When I am not filming I rarely eat away from home other than the odd lunch on jaunts to London.
  • The thermal properties of copper are such that it can draw heat away very quickly indeed, but it also has a tendency to keep that heat.
  • This is all we need a heartbeat away from a heart-patient president, a creationist, rapturist, laying on of the hands "president in waiting" who if she doesn't know what a vp does, God only knows what she thinks a president does. McCain VP: Sarah Palin, AK Gov. Help Build a profile on her
  • And why is my handkerchief full of ridiculous mushrooms, so that I have to wipe the sweat away with my hands?
  • I wiped the sweat away and slogged on up the trail that climbed the summer-shocked hillside toward the treeline.
  • By constantly pumping water over the surface of the processor, you conduct the heat away.
  • Excuse me, but white phosphorous is a chemical that will eat away your skin. Think Progress » Pentagon officials last week
  • This parallel life that's but a heartbeat away from normality. Times, Sunday Times
  • According to Medakovic, knowing which metals mess up the creatures 'digestion could help researchers develop metals that are more resistant to "biofouling," the accumulation of barnacles and other critters that can eat away at ships' hulls. News Feed
  • But remaining in a holding pattern will only allow AMD to eat away at both mindshare and market share.
  • What kind of wussy are you -- just one heartbeat away from the Oval Office. Bonnie Fuller: President Obama: Dump Joe Biden, Your Vice President of Panic, Right Now!
  • Not training due to my cold has really started to worry me, to eat away at me.
  • The pisser is watching our misc staff who have no set jobs eat away at funds. Budget Draft Presented at
  • There is something about western modernity which really does eat away at the soul. Times, Sunday Times
  • Light-colored surfaces reflect most of the heat away from your home.
  • The heat of the igneous body initiates convection of the water, which is heated as it is drawn into the body and carries heat away after it becomes warm and buoyant, only to be replaced by cooler water drawn in from the sides.
  • Hung - chien pulled out his handkerchief to wipe the sweat away and heaved a sigh.
  • By drawing sweat away from your skin as soon as it rises to the surface, he says, your body won't cool properly.
  • Over geological time these small streams will inevitably eat away the whole mountain side and the gorges will probably collapse in on themselves, but don't hold your breath waiting for it.
  • It is to allow inflation to eat away at the real value of borrowings. Times, Sunday Times
  • Second behind Portugal, who they beat away. Times, Sunday Times
  • A small grille just above the keyboard serves as an exit for the heat-pipe used to convect heat away from the processor.
  • The stretchy fabric keeps sweat away from your face in an energetic workout. The Sun
  • Eat away, children; you are welcome to all you want.
  • Second behind Portugal, who they beat away. Times, Sunday Times
  • With 400 acres to explore, it is the perfect retreat away from hectic city life. The Sun
  • And even if you did find a way to create such blast furnace like conditions, the fact of the matter is that you would convect a significant portion of the heat away, just like what happens in a fireplace; in order to let fresh air in, you have to let the heated, oxygen-depleted air escape. Here's another reason the 9/11 fire-mediated collapse theory has to be wrong.
  • Mattinson's idea was to first heat or anneal the zircons, sealing off the least damaged areas of the crystal, then using a strong reagent, hydrofluoric acid, to eat away the heavily damaged areas.
  • The part uses a thermally conductive polycarbonate to draw heat away from the controller and dissipate it into the surrounding air.
  • The sums deducted in fees may seem trifling but, over a number of years, they eat away at savings. Times, Sunday Times
  • This space keeps heat away from the liquid oxygen held in the inner vessel.
  • Although I was tired as well and the racket did not cease to grow heavier, I shook the sweat away and concentrated.
  • Wipe the sweat away, here's a towel.
  • The Bees are not great away but they are second in the table and have just enjoyed back-to-back home wins. The Sun
  • Install white window shades, drapes, or blinds to reflect heat away from the house.
  • Prolonged boozing can actually eat away at a man's body, leaving his wedding tackle withered, his muscles punier and his bones weaker.
  • With 400 acres to explore, it is the perfect retreat away from hectic city life. The Sun

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