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Moby Dick
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  • It is not probable that this monomania in him took its instant rise at the precise time of his bodily dismemberment.
  • The prophecy was that I should be dismembered; and—Aye!
  • I now prophesy that I will dismember my dismemberer.
  • But though similar disasters, however little bruited ashore, were by no means unusual in the fishery; yet, in most instances, such seemed the White Whale’s infernal aforethought of ferocity, that every dismembering or death that he caused, was not wholly regarded as having been inflicted by an unintelligent agent.

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  • The tiger dismembered the tourist.
  • The country is being dismembered on ethnic lines.

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