Much of the atmosphere of these chapters emanates from the menacing portents of Ahab and the mysterious omens typical in gothic narrative (whether a house in Amityville or a cannibalistically
bedecked ship named "destroyer").
As with his last visit, the emphasis is on the 1990s full-band albums (Phantom Blues, Dancing The Blues) and, cannibalistically
, the current Shoutin' In Key live disc.
As they grow larger, they become increasingly carnivorous; adults have been observed feeding cannibalistically
on their own offspring.
It is ultimately God who is cannibalistically
gorging on the bodies of babies in Lamentations, as the poem makes clear in its images of mouth and hand.
It decried transplants as "a shortcut to cannibalistically
chewing and eating human flesh." Then in 1980, the Watchtower stated, "There is no biblical command pointedly forbidding the taking in of other human tissue." Reed comments,
In 1950, at the age of twenty-two, Cynthia Ozick began to write what she would later call "a cannibalistically
ambitious Jamesian novel" ("Lesson" 297).
Over the years, besides insects, I've seen them cannibalistically
eating other frogs, small snakes, mice, rodents and baby turtles.