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carrion
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Jane Eyre
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  • He resembles Fielding as an eagle does a vulture: Fielding could stoop on carrion, but Thackeray never does.
  • What creature was it, that, masked in an ordinary woman’s face and shape, uttered the voice, now of a mocking demon, and anon of a carrion-seeking bird of prey?

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  • The vultures must see carrion.
  • The plant attracts flies by smelling like carrion.

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