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Can’t eviscerate essential self, the king once said.
And see how hard it is to eviscerate a dead corpse without the use of a sharp knife.

Blood sprang from the soldier’s mouth as it struck him in the chest, eviscerating his ribs before he flew backward into the night.
His apartment was eviscerated.
It eviscerated Scott's train of thought.
But it was not empty, eviscerated the way Roy’s place had been.
The overenthusiasm Graham had warned against was eviscerated in short order.
The drawers to Clarence’s desk had been jerked free and their contents eviscerated.
His beasts had been eviscerated, decapitated, blasted, and buried in their own plastic flesh.
Case-hardened as he was, the man had to suppress a gut wrench as he viewed the eviscerated carcass of Charles Jonathan Martin, III.
When you looked round the ward you could see men both arms missing men with one or two legs missing men who had been eviscerated and emasculated.
By the time Uretep and Peteru’s nerves had settled, the beast was skinned and eviscerated, and the men were plaiting vines and preparing a pole to which they tied it’s legs.
That had left the Marines without air cover and had forced Turner’s transports to leave as well, after the disastrous Battle of Savo Island had eviscerated the allied force of heavy cruisers and destroyers guarding Guadalcanal.
Glass was used in a way that maximised the light inside to save on candles, which resulted in the whole structure having a quality which was not only naked but almost eviscerated, showing the human entrails trapped behind desks within.
The result of such discipline and methodical tactics was soon evident, with the group of Japanese fighters being literally eviscerated by the P-38s, who kept zooming by them at such high speeds that they could never really chase after them, with even less chance to engage into turning dogfights, of which the Japanese pilots were so fond of.
Their fathers are old and poor; their mothers, who have loved them for twenty years and adored them as only mothers can, will learn in six months or, perhaps, in a year that their son, their child, their grandchild, who had been reared with so much love, was thrown into a hole, like a dead dog, after he had been eviscerated by a ball, trampled underfoot, crushed, mashed into pulp by the charges of cavalry.
Every phase of the situation was successively eviscerated: the prenatal repugnance of uterine brothers, the Caesarean section, posthumity with respect to the father and, that rarer form, with respect to the mother, the fratricidal case known as the Childs Murder and rendered memorable by the impassioned plea of Mr Advocate Bushe which secured the acquittal of the wrongfully accused, the rights of primogeniture and king's bounty touching twins and triplets, miscarriages and infanticides, simulated or dissimulated, the acardiac foetus in foetu and aprosopia due to a congestion, the agnathia of certain chinless Chinamen (cited by Mr Candidate Mulligan) in consequence of defective reunion of the maxillary knobs along the medial line so that (as he said) one ear could hear what the other spoke, the benefits of anesthesia or twilight sleep, the prolongation of labour pains in advanced gravidancy by reason of pressure on the vein, the premature relentment of the amniotic fluid (as exemplified in the actual case) with consequent peril of sepsis to the matrix, artificial insemination by means of syringes, involution of the womb consequent upon the menopause, the problem of the perpetration of the species in the case of females impregnated by delinquent rape, that distressing manner of delivery called by the Brandenburghers Sturzgeburt, the recorded instances of multiseminal, twikindled and monstrous births conceived during the catamenic period or of consanguineous parents—in a word all the cases of human nativity which Aristotle has classified in his masterpiece with chromolithographic illustrations.

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