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A night crow screaming around the carcases added to the hideous effect of the scene.
ROOKWOODWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
Giant petrels and skua gulls swarmed in flocks round the seals' and penguins' carcases.
Many were added to the bleaching carcases which fill the crevices or lie in heaps on ancient rookeries among the rocky ridges.
We saw several dead ones, crushed out almost flat, and some skuas were busily engaged gorging themselves on the carcases.
Then he climbed down the tree, and over the piled carcases of the nine giants, and made his way into the city.
The worm beats the water, and the eagle screams: the pale of beak tears carcases; Naglfar is loosed.
The broad line of trodden ground, and the frequent carcases of sheep, sufficiently told the tale.
The kites, says Juvenal, had never feasted on carcases so huge as those of the Cimbri and Teutones.
The “sheep” alluded to by Jahangir were veritable carcases of those animals, slung from poles by the feet tied in a bunch.
THE GREAT MOGULLOUIS TRACY
The city was reduced to smouldering ruins, and pools of blood and mutilated carcases polluted the streets.
HERNANDO CORTEZJOHN S. C. ABBOTT

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