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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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the dead body of a human being — especially one used for medical study
  • A dull, yellowish bruise, the sheen of tarnished silver, marked Owen's cheek—where the Brinker-Smiths' mobile bed had struck him—giving him a cadaver's uneven color.
    p. 203.7
  • The acts themselves were unclear—for example, a woman bent over a man for some undetermined purpose, as if she were about to do some violence on an utterly helpless cadaver.
    p. 159.7

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