When I examined the body
I found it was quite dead, and the corpse was that of a hunchback Mussulman.
Hector had stripped Patroclus of his armour, and was dragging him away to cut off his head and take the body
to fling before the dogs of Troy.
As the writhing body
of the black soared, as though by unearthly power, into the dense foliage of the forest, D'Arnot felt an icy shiver run along his spine, as though death had risen from a dark grave and laid a cold and clammy finger on his flesh.
So he carefully removed the straw from the King's body
and legs, and spread it out in the sun to dry.
I will explain to the sentries that Mohammed Beyd has ordered me to take your body
into the jungle.
Numa, sated, rose from the carcass of Bertha Kircher's horse and seized the partially devoured body
by the neck and dragged it into the bush; then he started east toward the lair where he had left his mate.
Straight for that beautiful body
she sprang and in the instant that the arms closed to seize her her sharp blade drove deep into the naked chest.
The life of his body
, and of every fibre of his body
, the life that was the very substance of his body
and that was apart from his own personal life, had yearned toward this light and urged his body
toward it in the same way that the cunning chemistry of a plant urges it toward the sun.
Genevieve had noticed, with a slight touch of amusement, the curious way in which Joe snuggled his body
in against Ponta's in the clinches; but she had not realized why, until, in one such clinch, before the snuggling in could be effected, Ponta's fist whipped straight up in the air from under, and missed Joe's chin by a hair's-breadth.
His arms hung helpless at his sides; of his eyes only he retained control, and these he dared not remove from the lusterless orbs of the apparition, which he knew was not a soul without a body
, but that most dreadful of all existences infesting that haunted wood--a body
without a soul
A great struggle for the body
then follows, Aias taking up the body
and carrying it to the ships, while Odysseus drives off the Trojans behind.
Take the analogy of the body
: The evil of the body
is a disease which wastes and reduces and annihilates the body
; and all the things of which we were just now speaking come to annihilation through their own corruption attaching to them and inhering in them and so destroying them.