necrophiliac


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necrophiliac

A person who engages in necrophilia.
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Rounding out the cast are Celia Weston as Anna's coldly selfish morn, scooting about in her electric wheelchair like a malevolent spider, and Chandler Canterbury as the solemn little boy who serves as Deacon's necrophiliac disciple.
Gone were the priests, the necrophiliac critics who morosely rummaged through authors' dirty laundry for signs of unresolved Oedipal complexes and twisted psyches.
The National Theatre production from which the film derives even contained explicitly necrophiliac scenes: after Hastings's death his head was brought to Richard in a fire bucket.
He successfully prosecuted Charlie Kray, the older brother of Ronnie and Reggie, for a pounds 39m cocaine deal and necrophiliac killer Graham Coutts, who was jailed for life with a minimum of 30 years for murdering his pregnant lover's best friend and storing her body for five weeks.
The necrophiliac quality of this scene provides further evidence for the lack of relatedness between men and women, even in a scene that establishes physical intimacy between them.
Sunnegardh was petulant, spoiled and wheedling, singing with total confidence, her big soprano projecting to every corner of the auditorium, and the necrophiliac final scene when she kissed the head of the dead John The Baptist was disturbing.
BRANKO (Offstage, to other soldiers): Necrophiliac, I'm telling you.
And here is our context as the world and the Earth around us are on the verge of disintegration: it is the context of the death throes of a death system; the orgasm of a necrophiliac.
Necrophiliac, culturally redundant, it again and again resurrects the same in an ever-rehashed phenomenology where, within the neohuman "personality" and "among" neohumans, happiness does mean immortality but immortality implies the death of difference and the implosion of being.
Kelsey-Fry, who specialises in high-profile defence, has war crimes, spying, police corruption, and necrophiliac murder among matters he has dealt with in court.
Newcastle Crown Court yesterday heard that in interviews with officers, he spoke of a long-standing desire to commit murder - as well as admitting necrophiliac tendencies - and told of his excitement at joining serial murderer Peter Sutcliffe in prison.