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The flies’ larvae — or maggots — consume organic wastes, such as feces.
Once the maggots have dined on all the poop they can, the insects are boiled.
Pundits in Myanmar call Rohingya Muslims beasts, dogs, and maggots.
However strange this maggot may appear in my chest and brain, it is no more than true.
She's got some maggot in her brain, and she wants to air it.
And in the economy of nature man is of no more consequence than the maggot.
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In relation to their surroundings man and the maggot are in the same position.
THEISM OR ATHEISMCHAPMAN COHEN
The whole section is well characterized by the uniformly maggot-like nature of the larva.
This man was also a fisherman, et cetera, and the bosom friend and admirer of Maggot.
Having changed their clothes, uncle and nephew hastened to St. Just, where they dwelt in the cottage of Maggot, the blacksmith.

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