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And then he squats there in the middle of bits of meat and offal and all sorts of horrors—which makes him more terrifying still.
They mature early and rapidly for the quantity of food consumed, yielding largely of good beef with little offal.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
The lion, having sucked the blood of his prey, threw the offal carcass to the jackal in waiting.
Once its jar is emptied, the larva is flung aside as worthless offal, a certain sign of a non-carnivorous appetite.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
These had a grand feast off the offal while the men were regaling themselves with fresh elk steaks.
CONDEMNED AS A NIHILISTGEORGE ALFRED HENTY
One night Will came in and said that a bear had eaten up the offal where he had dressed a deer.
FIFTY YEARS A HUNTER AND TRAPPERELDRED NATHANIEL WOODCOCK
In the morning I took the best axe, some bait and went with Will to the place where the bear had eaten the offal.
FIFTY YEARS A HUNTER AND TRAPPERELDRED NATHANIEL WOODCOCK
He was looking purblindly down the shabby street, its hard crisp snow littered with tin cans, paper, bits of slop and offal.
THE "GENIUS"THEODORE DREISER
The traps are concealed; placed in water; they are deodorized, hidden, and false-scented with offal.
In India these packs visit the native villages by night, to carry away any offal which may have been thrown out of the houses.

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