gnawer


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Langevin; Bench Rat, Donald Burning; Historic Rat, John Horgan; and Red-Eye Gnawer, Cynthia Blais.
THE MORNING AFTER HER SUITCASE HAD BEEN GNAWED and she rewarded the gnawer with his strange gift, she was awoken by a man in a khaki vest.
262) Nietzsche, supra note 125, at 48 ("True remorse is rarest among criminals and convicts: prisons and penitentiaries are not the breeding places of this gnawer.
If both facets of our island are true then should we not be training these gnawers of stolen raw meat to swap their loot with the fatties' force-fed chips, pies and burgers?