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  • LISA: I was wondering if all of the feet have the same amount of decomposure.

    CNN Transcript Jun 19, 2008

  • He could picture the sudden decomposure of her firm placid features, to which a lifelong mastery over trifles had given an air of factitious authority.

    The Age of Innocence

  • Tissue gases leak - a warm, unpleasant reek A quite macabre addiction Deteriorated, bloated corpse - decomposure burning hot Sniff the smell of carrion ...

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  • Tissue gases leak - a warm, unpleasant reek A quite macabre addiction Deteriorated bloated corpse - decomposure burning hot Sniff the smell of carrion (Solo: Cadaveric resin) Inhaling the dank smells As you gouge out the dripping innards with glee Succumbing to a translucid state As you sniff the aroma of necropsy ...

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  • Tissue gases leak - a warm, unpleasant reek A quite macabre addiction Deteriorated bloated corpse - decomposure burning hot Sniff the smell of carrion

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  • He recommends checking the battery for leakage, and says that hoses and other componentry including belts and intake books that are vulnerable to "natural decomposure" should also be checked.

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  • Deteriorated bloated corpse - decomposure burning hot Sniff the smell of carrion (Solo:

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  • "He wondered what Mrs. Welland would have said if he had uttered the words instead of merely thinking them. He could picture the sudden decomposure of her firm placid features, to which a lifelong mastery over trifles had given an air of factitious authority."

    - Edith Wharton, 'The Age of Innocence'.

    September 19, 2009