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“Are you come to triumph over the innocence you have destroyed, as the vulture or carrion-crow comes to batten on the lamb whose eyes it has first plucked out?”
“Other birds have no crop, but instead of it an oesophagus wide and roomy, either all the way or in the part leading to the stomach, as with the daw, the raven, and the carrion-crow.”
“She couldn't just leave the body lying in front of the Oracle's cave like an invitation to every bug and carrion-crow in the forest, either.”
“And when, at last, your sinful race is run, and your guilty soul has been ushered into that dreaded eternity you have plucked upon it, may your polluted carcass become the prey of the carrion-crow and the buzzard, and the wild beasts of the desert wilderness howl a requiem over your bones!”
“Stop from your croaking, old carrion-crow there ....”
“Badb: the war-fury, or goddess of war and carnage; she was wont to appear in the form of a carrion-crow.”
“Much of this town had recently been destroyed in the revolution, and close to the track stood a crowded cemetery with hundreds of gorged and somnolent _zopilotes_, the carrion-crow of”
“If that isn't the only fish of its kind in the seven seas, call me a carrion-crow -- Tommy, we're in luck.”
“A carrion-crow flew low over the trees and the twittering birds fell silent.”
“He put her in mind of a carrion-crow searching for treasures on a heap of refuse.”
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