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He offered dignity and commitment over putrid cynicism, courage in the face of hatred.
Those extra pathways can pigment terms, weaponize musical notes, or even ruin a first date with a rather putrid-tasting name.
This water, although of a dirty and thick appearance, is said to possess the valuable quality of resisting putridity for years.
A remarkable effect of the Puna wind is its power of speedily drying animal bodies, and thereby preventing putridity.
Politicians as corrupt as putridity itself, trembled and cried aloud for help.
But the dirt of a prison speaks sadness to the heart, and appears to be already in a state of putridity and infection.
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Sepsis, sep′sis, n. putridity, rot: a genus of dipterous insects.
There was a general odor of decaying fruit and fish, a smell of staleness and putridity.
Out of that mass of moral putridity these Ephesian Christians had been dragged.
In the latter he found the remarkable evidences of putridity already cited in connexion with putrid fevers.

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