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Water samples were obtained from a small creek near the hunting lodge and from the water hose used to rinse disemboweled hares.
Presence within 5 meters of where disemboweled hares were rinsed was the risk factor most strongly associated with infection.
The results of the cohort study support this hypothesis on the basis of the association between case status and presence within 5 meters of the location where disemboweled hares were rinsed.
Frank and Dana's imaginary world is a temporary fiction, and like Gauguin at the thoroughly unromantic end of his Tahitian fantasy, Frank is done in by paradise (one work, from 2002, is called Suicide, and in The Gathering, 2002, it looks as if Frank has been disemboweled).
Jason O'Brien, 18, nearly disemboweled Daniel Roberts and "casually" knifed three of his friends.
So it seems fitting that his modern Noh plays--his radical excursions into medieval Noh traditions in the early '50s--continue to appeal to Westerners still fascinated by the violent image of a Japanese novelist-playwright who some 30 years ago ritually disemboweled himself as an act of protest against the emperor's abandonment of divine status.
Bacon and his grotesque circle annihilate everyone around them as well as each other: They are grown-up versions of the little monsters who disemboweled cats in The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea.
Disemboweled rabbits, their entrails coiled in patterns like William Morris wallpaper; butterflies; skulls; and ghostly flocks of birds all point to their maker's death-haunted vision.
The 29-year-old, on his first visit to a city, was disemboweled and left fighting for life after the assault in a park.
It is a pleasure to see a figure that does not turn into a signifier of itself--a suicidal, disemboweled representation--but, rather, creates the illusion that it is still possible to experience through art.