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The body of Harl in a moment had melted into putrescence, and dried, leaving only the skeleton within the clothes.
It possesses active powers, and is a great antiseptic and corrector of putrescence and mortification.
The next indication is, to counteract the tendency to putrescence.
He never soiled his pen in the putrescence of falsehood and incendiarism.
THE BOOK OF KHALIDAMEEN RIHANI
Hence, the proper drying of an animal substance becomes a universal preventive of putrescence.
An ignis fatuus, perhaps; a Jack-o'-lanthorn begotten of putrescence.
Where there is danger of putrescence, add a small quantity of powdered charcoal.
The air was full of putrescence and the strong odour of foul mud.
A COMPANY OF TANKSW. H. L. WATSON
The progressive tendency of burns of the unfavorable kind, or those that are ill-treated, is to putrescence and mortification.
I have stated that they were the inevitable accompaniments of putrescence and decay.

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