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  • She looked down the long table, studying its occupants one by one, from Gus Trenor, with his heavy carnivorous head sunk between his shoulders, as he preyed on a jellied plover, to his wife, at the opposite end of the long bank of orchids, suggestive, with her glaring good-looks, of a jeweller’s window lit by electricity.

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  • Carnivorous plants are capable of trapping and digesting insects.
  • the lion and other carnivorous animals

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