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use "carrion" in a sentence

Malcolm McBride, as carrion, apparently had access to the same set of powers as the original, but had not yet taken the time to explore and hone his powers to the extent of his predecessor.

They will feed on any animal they can catch and will eat carrion.

December 2000 For months now the Welsh government has testily dismissed any criticism of its handling of Objective One Euro-funding.

In this atmosphere, has it occurred to Terence Blacker that his "carping, criticising" townies may in fact be well-informed consumers? On its own it should silence any carping critics of musical comedy.

Who was the Greek god of ridicule and mockery whose name is sometimes used to indicate a faultfinder or carping critic? Shouldn't I take my good friend LiveinHope's advice and just ignore the ceaseless carping.

If Bayern deliver the goods, there won't be any carping about management's lack of effort to ink Schweini to a contract extension.

President Barack Obama signed the bill Wednesday evening, but not without white House carping.

Such carping in a small, fiercely competitive and highly specialized industry isn't unusual - and some of the strongest comments have come from a company whose bid for the lucrative job failed.

There comes a point when Christie's relentless carping begins to feel like a substitute for original ideas.

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