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  • Personal effects found at the scene of a "decomp" (you don't want to know!) lead Norah to track down the dead woman's daughter, Lynn (Mary Lynn Rajskub), a lonely lesbian who misinterprets Norah's interest in her.

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  • It was strange as the house was in total darkness bar the street lights and our torches and it stank not of decomp but of the cats who were meowing like hell.

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  • The air inside the vault, although stale and stuffy, lacked the sour aroma of decomp.

    CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Shock Treatment

  • A month at least, if the level of decomp is any indication.

    Blood Lite II: Overbite

  • A body drops deep enough, all rules about decomp fly out the window.

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  • More specifically, an abundance of anaerobic bacteria quickly takes hold in such a large mass of tissue, resulting in the rank gases CSI techs use to sniff out “decomp.”

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  • We already knew of one long-dead raccoon whose body was unreachable but also way past the stinky stage of decomp.

    Down and dirty

  • What would really make it a ick-tastic would be to change the colors to 'camo' or decomp. green & brown.

    And Now the Conclusion of The Spider Wreck Chronicles

  • For me Crazy Clash is the clear winner with number 2, if for no other reason that the particular wreck looks more like a maggot centered between two pieces of meat in various stages of decomp than a potential butterfly.

    It's a Wreck Off!

  • The more time that goes by, the more the elements will destroy all the evidence out there, the more decomp will destroy the elements.

    CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2008

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  • https://www.minnpost.com/business/2015/12/there-will-be-blood

    In Minnesota, about 40,000 people die every year. Many are not discovered for weeks or months after their death. In the biohazard cleanup business, these are called “decomps,” and they’re the most laborious jobs. “The best way to describe a decomp clean is peeling layers off an onion,” says Berg. “You just gotta keep pulling back those layers until you don’t find anymore body material.”

    December 9, 2015