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Her captors are bodybuilding cannibals who proceed to chop off her right arm and leg.
Prior to the arrival of Pocahontas in England, indigenous people of the Americas were viewed as cannibals, brutish, and non-Christian.
Showbiz cannibals and a greedy celebrity press were chewing her up.
Every foot of the joint is covered with hundreds of ghosts, goblins, crazed clowns, rusty weapons of mayhem, psycho beasts, cannibals, zombies and other lunatics.
Old Sheldon swung his prized 1:1 replica of a Klingon bat’leth—long since repurposed, by necessity, into an actual tool for killing—into the skull of a sharp-toothed cannibal.
The problem, as Alvaro is reminded by his foul-mouthed, aggressive creative writing teacher Juan (Antonio de la Torre, the titular cannibal of Martin Cuenca’s last film), is that Alvaro’s a terrible writer.
Unlike silkworms, which can be farmed for their silk, spiders are cannibals who wouldn’t tolerate the close quarters necessary for farming, so turning to the lab is the only way to get significant quantities of the material.
According to the station, the phone had also accessed a message board dedicated to an online game in which players fight cannibals.
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