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“Can't get any more "proletarian" than buying half-rotten meat.”
“They took the traps and laid them out along the quarter-mile stretch of the river where it ran through the woods which included the spot where Cody's boat and left arm had been found, and baited the traps with chicken halves and soup bones and pieces of half-rotten beef, swearing to themselves and each other that they would capture the alligator and slice open its belly to retrieve whatever legacy was inside it.”
“There were more glimpses—here, a half-rotten leg, there, a battered rib cage, and then across the inner curve of the whirlpool, a long line of skulls pressing up through the film of water and rising.”
“I say combine them all into a half-rotten sick-nasty disgusting goo or paste.”
“I hurled the Styrofoam containers onto the next track over and heard the snap and wet crash of half-rotten bait, then I backed beside her to wait.”
“You can use something as easy and cheap as straw, or the type of half-rotten chopped leaves, leafmold, used at Green Spring.”
“My eyes are level with the rim, and I see that the sides of the ravine are reinforced by logs, half-rotten and splintery.”
“Horrified, he looked up into the branches above him and saw a half-rotten, sunken face staring at him with pecked-out eyes.”
“Though we looked on it with mistrust and with fear, daunted by the rumors that things grew too quickly there, that strange, half-rotten things lurked in its heart, the swamp conveniently surrounded the Pathwarden estate and protected us from the hostility toward Solamnic Knights that had arisen in Ansalon following the Cataclysm.”
“There were old, half-rotten vegetables, some bones left over from supper and coated with a solidified white sauce, a few raisins and almonds, some cheese that Gregor had declared inedible two days ago, dry bread, bread and butter, and salted bread and butter.”
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