You should know that a noun could not fit in that location in the sentence.
Also, I just got the issue "Size Matters" with this as an option:
“It’s totally true that changing maps changes perceptions, but you can’t get caught up in toxic patriotism,” argues walking cliché hippy environmentalist Rory Wiener, as he braids beads into his hair and leans a guitar covered with painted flower patterns against your desk. “If you want people to see the world without political distortions or man-made borders, then you need globes. Send globes to every classroom in every school, and teach children that they are citizens of the planet. Dude, this isn’t a game of nation states; it’s a world commune of pan-humanity.”
Yeah, I know that. Your grammar is just bad.
(especially of a dog or wild animal) attack ferociously and maul.
"ewes savaged by marauding dogs"
synonyms: maul, attack, tear to pieces, lacerate, claw, bite
"he was savaged by a dog"
I should add that there a very good possibility that I won't have time to do the things I need to do to get the second round of the election running once the two candidates are announced before I go to bed.
I suppose I could start the poll and leave the dispatch and a TG (which the law doesn't mandate, but which i think it's a good idea) until tomorrow.