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the dead body of a human being — especially one used for medical study
  • When we were faced with our first cadaver, smelling partly of formaldehyde and stinking partly of rot, because it had not been well preserved, we all held our noses and plunged in, covering for the students who were in the lavatory throwing up.
    Book 3 — Rachel Pritchard (52% in)

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