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So, no instruction manual required, but PvNvZnP isn't without its own innovative twists - from fire-breathing pirates that destroy all wooden structures to decomposing zombies that can drop rotting flesh bombs while flying through the air.
It's a vile stench, it's repulsive, if you have ever smelt rotting flesh you will never forget it," she told the GDN.
Long before anyone had even thought of the TV series 'CSI', 'Bones' or 'Silent Witness', world-class forensic anthropologist and now bestselling author Kathy Reichs was delving into rotting flesh and familiarising herself with maggots.
Such ruptures are starker in the three "Laughing Philosopher" images of 2010, fields of inky silk, their moire patterning reminiscent of wood grain, onto each of which is threaded a decaying head, its bulging eye sockets, rotting flesh, and crustaceous protuberances limned in ornate, silken gold handiwork worthy of haute couture.
Meat is the decomposing flesh of an abused animal who didn't want to die, and after being under the TV lights, it would smell like the rotting flesh that it is and likely be crawling with maggots.
Scavengers feed on the rotting flesh, while decomposers, including bacteria and fungi, break it down.
We residents will not accept the smell of rotting flesh and bone gas in our homes, nor would CMC or any other human with a nose
Leon starts work, his spade hits something, and the smell of rotting flesh hits the air as Owen's leg is seen poking out of the ground.
A breath of fresh air stormed into the Naval War College over the rotting flesh of the undead," reads the first book-club selection of the President of the Naval War College.
The vet had come out and the gash smelled horribly of rotting flesh.
She demonstrates the following: dispassion was learned by the anatomist as a response to the olfactory apprehension of rotting flesh (chaptet 1); it was then reconstituted within a Cartesian matrix (chapter 2) and combined with a Neostoic revival after a period of religious strife (chapter 3).