cannibalism

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  • Cannibalism sometimes takes place, especially when resources are short or time is limited.
  • I have found all you say on the subject of cannibalism more than confirmed. Cited from John Rutherford, the White Chief, by George Lillie Craik
  • It is one of the few recorded cases of cannibalism in modern times.
  • This can be the end of the male's life because cannibalism does occur.
  • "After they have finished their cannibalism perhaps they will go away." Cited from The Rulers of the Lakes, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • While they do not regularly participate in cannibalism they will attack smaller individuals of the same species.
  • Forced self-cannibalism as a form of torture or war crime has been reported.
  • Cannibalism has been reported in a number of different species.
  • They are known to engage in cannibalism to smaller members of their own species as well.
  • Despite the international title, the film contains no scenes of cannibalism.
  • The sun is assumed to have played a prominent role in their religion, which also included cannibalism.
  • Works of science fiction sometimes include elements of cannibalism that serve purposes different from those already discussed.
  • It is certain that such crimes as murder and cannibalism never could be proved against him. Cited from Welsh Fairy Tales, by William Elliot Griffis
  • Cannibalism has occurred in various places, among various cultures, and for various reasons.
  • Cannibalism is mentioned many times in early history and literature.
  • And it is a matter of record, even down to modern times, that man has existed by cannibalism. Cited from Tales of Lonely Trails, by Zane Grey
  • Canadian authorities obtained a "more extensive" version of the video and said cannibalism may have been performed.
  • Two forms of cannibalism seem to have existed among the first historic peoples. Cited from White Shadows in the South Seas, by Frederick O'Brien
  • The next morning they prevent another act of cannibalism.
  • Further, the army did not carry food supplies, and it committed numerous acts of cannibalism.
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Meaning of cannibalism

  • noun The practice of eating the flesh of your own kind