In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Is this then the end of the long march of human civilisation, this spiritual suicide, this quiet putrefaction of the soul into matter?
- The formula of continued life is death, or putrefaction.
- Afterwards, Hong Fen Gao (Mercuric Oxide Paste) was applied to transform putrefaction and generate flesh.
- To do otherwise would merely cultivate an artificial scab over the putrefaction beneath.
- Burrowing behind the putrefaction that lines the intestinal walls, they consume and destroy harmful microorganisms.
- Pausing for a moment before it strode forward, one of the five monsters spoke, the stench of putrefaction heavy upon its breath.
- From this standpoint, the Medicare bill is an object lesson in the putrefaction of democracy in the US.
- The air was stuffy and there was an unbearable stench of blood and putrefaction.
- As soon as a gap to the underlying chamber was opened, the unmistakable stench associated with putrefaction became terribly evident.
- Every time you scratch the surface, a terrifying smell of putrefaction comes out.
- Just pop this disc in the player and you'll have all the putrefaction you could ask for.
- Garlic was really just a way of disguising putrefaction.
- She too becomes a zombie, though that's not a bad thing because along with the putrefaction comes a dramatic rise in Patsy's sex appeal.
- Also evident is the advanced state of putrefaction for what is passed off as political thought in the United States.
- The putrefaction of the trade unions had reached an advanced stage.
- The temperature was slightly elevated, the cadaver showed no sign of putrefaction.
- It appears to be the remains of a dog, in a moderate state of putrefaction.
- The putrefaction in the financial world extends to government as well.
- I already knew my hand had to be decomposing without circulation, but I wasn't sure how fast the putrefaction had advanced.
- Movies that look deeply into the human soul and uncover putrefaction are hard sells.
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