It looks cold and vacant; pets are getting torn to pieces
by a vicious wild animal.
a disabled black man who was literally torn to pieces
after being dragged to his death earlier this year by three white men in Jasper, Texas.
Peace advocates need to level the playing field by juxtaposing charts of corporate profits and campaign contributions with images of American soldiers killed and maimed by American-supplied weapons in Panama, Iraq, and Somalia, and of innocent civilians and their economies torn to pieces
According to tradition, Pentheus, king of Thebes, was torn to pieces
by the bacchantes when he attempted to spy on their activities, while the Athenians were punished with impotence for dishonoring Dionysus' cult.
After his birth, Dionysus was torn to pieces
by the Titans at the jealous Hera's instigation.
According to a recent news item there are worse ways for foxes to die than being torn to pieces
by a pack of baying hounds.
We were bombarded by statistics, if not shells, and our hearts were torn to pieces
by the thought of the unremitting hardship and the unrelenting horrors of the trenches during the First World War.
I recollect the most gruelling times, when beautiful hares were attacked by greyhounds and torn to pieces
and how people cheered when the hare was caught.
I absolutely support people's rights to dress up, ride horses, have fun and socialise in the countryside - as long as an animal is not going to be torn to pieces
Having said that, who can forget the bitter fighting over the future of hunting a few years ago, culminating in the 2004 Act which made the hunting of foxes with dogs illegal, and thus prevented animals being torn to pieces
whenever a pack found their quarry?
I counted 15 bodies, most of them are women who were torn to pieces
," Hasan Abdi Mohamed, one witness, said.
We inherited them when we moved in to rented accommodation while our real house is being torn to pieces