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exhume
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Moby Dick
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  • Of all the pre-adamite whales yet exhumed, by far the largest is the Alabama one mentioned in the last chapter, and that was less than seventy feet in length in the skeleton.

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  • Investigators want to exhume the body for analysis, but the family is objecting.
  • If I could, I’d exhume his body and punch him in the nose.

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