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  • n. Plural form of carcase.


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  • The musca vomitoria is produced in carcases; three of these flies consume the dead body of

    Note IV

  • "For the great doom all your carcases are the same," said the imp,

    The Visions of the Sleeping Bard

  • We found 6 carcases on the property we hunt where the cops had just left them.

    Worst Hunting Stories

  • The worm heats the water, and the eagle screams; the pale of beak tears carcases; the ship Naglfar is loosed.

    CHAPTER 14

  • The frizzle-headed man-eaters were loath to leave their fleshpots so long as the harvest of human carcases was plentiful.


  • Both were out of season so I took the carcases to the county jail where they were much appreciated.

    How's Your Deer Wreck Record?

  • Yes | No | Report from cooner wrote 3 days 12 hours ago shiners, chubs, smelt, work well for us but any type of bait fish will do. i knew an old guy when i was a teen that used gold fish and he all ways had walleye carcases on the ice next to his shack. i think gold fish may be illegal though check in your state before you use them.

    Other than sucker minnows, have any of you had success with some other sort of bait on a tip up?

  • There were also suspicions of late-night dumping of animal carcases, with stories of heavy lorries rumbling through the village in the wee sma 'hours.

    Greengairs Incinerator

  • I say, let 'em eat their own and we'll step over the carcases in six months.

    Andy Ostroy: To Know What Rand Paul's Victory Means, Look to Pennsylvania 12

  • Only a few yards away, by a high adobe wall, was a row of trees, and from their branches hung at least a dozen bodies, naked, and so hideously mutilated that your first thought was of carcases slung in a butcher's shop, streaked with blood.



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