Rotting Definition

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1. "They included skatole, a component of feces; trimethylamine, one of the essences of rotting fish; and several of the more pungent fatty acids that contribute to rancid human body odor, " Ed says. 1
2. "They included skatole, a component of feces; trimethylamine, one of the essences of rotting fish; and several of the more pungent fatty acids that contribute to rancid human body odor(This website/feces.html), " Ed says. 1
3. A broken toaster and sev-eral ripped window shades were crammed in near a cracked welding gun and a rotting fence post. 1
4. A rotting branch protruded from the swamp like a ghostly arm. 1
5. A rotting tractor - trailer load can hurt your business and endanger its survival. 1
6. A slick green oilcloth of mold was rotting the wood beneath. 1
7. All along the way are ascetics' caves, many still walled off with rocks and rotting timbers. 1
8. All the same ... I could hardly imagine the relics rotting away to nothing ... all in the course of a single night. 1
9. All the woodwork was rotting away. 1
10. Almost by return, he was hit by a missile which looked like a rotting cabbage. 1
11. And not one man, in these last hundred years or so, has been crazy enough to put a bomb up the asshole of creation and set it off. The world is rotting away, dying piecemeal . 1
12. Animal droppings, rotting cabbage or steak and chips, it's all okay for the Diet of worms. 1
13. Ants scurried around the pile of rotting food. 1
14. Any prospective buyer will be turned off by the sight of rotting wood. 1
15. Apparently they were thriving on hydrogen sulphide from the rotting beams of the ship. 1
16. At intervals stood fishermen in waders, an abandoned tractor rotting in a field, a pair of deer, an ancient Indian village with totem poles hard to glimpse through the trees. 1
17. Bacterial rotting often does not look much like mould. % % % q. Local birds tend to eat little black insects. 1
18. Banana trees dropped their rotting fruit, which lay one on top of the other, dying in layers. 1
19. Bedtime drinks aimed at helping children to sleep may be rotting their teeth. 1
20. But more often than not, wheels of other vehicles and the scorching heat of the sun get to the roadkill first, leaving rotting and maggoty flesh splattered all over for roadkill removers to collect. 1
21. But now scientists have shown that, at least for fruit flies, the smell of ripe and rotting fruit is the ultimate turn-on. 1
22. But unlike earthworms, which eat rotting vegetation, the caecilians are carnivores. 1
23. But you could also elect to have your dead body help a student mortician learn his trade or spend a few months rotting away under the watchful eye of forensic scientists. 1
24. Choose rotting away at the end of it all, pishing you last in a miserable home, nothing more than an embarrassment to the selfish, fucked-up brats you have spawned to replace yourself. 1
25. Double-flowered petunias are also prone to rotting in wet summers. 1
26. Dragonfire incinerated Hugin the Plaguelord, and the rotting legions of Nurgle. 1
27. Everywhere, it was like an over-flowing septic tank or something rotting. 1
28. Except that it was dead as well, long dead, and blind and rotting. 1
29. For the first time she could smell the dankness and the odour of rotting seaweed. 1
30. Fragments of rotting flesh lodged under the claws pose a high risk of septicaemia. 1

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