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“MFA programs vs. the still-warm body of J.G. Ballard.”
“Or maybe Jack can pry a microchip from the still-warm corpse.”
“Tychus handed him the still-warm brassiere Evangelina had removed.”
“My turn, she said, tugging Rachel from the bed and flopping down in the still-warm spot where Rachel had lain.”
“Only then would I tiptoe downstairs, grab his still-warm mug, fill it with milk and add a couple spoonfuls of sugar — just like him.”
“Exhausted and sunburned, Eir trudged to the top of a dune, dropped to her knees, and lay on the still-warm sands.”
“But there were other things which depended upon serious kitchen nous – among them a still-warm Scotch egg with strands of ham hock in the sausagemeat casing about the still-warm soft-yolked egg.”
“Soft, sweetly soused fillets of mackerel come with crunchy autumn salads; a competently made piggy terrine, with a strip of beetroot running through it, is served with slices of still-warm toasted brioche.”
“But the real emotional and physical work of slaughtering an animal comes from the skinning, evisceration, and breaking down of a still-warm carcass into recognizable cuts, and removing the organs for later use.”
“Standing in an elevator with Harry as it descended below street level, Tara adjusted the still-warm laminated badge on her lapel.”
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