- n internal organs collectively (especially those in the abdominal cavity)
- As soon as death was certain, the heart and entrails were removed.
- A few minutes earlier, we had been in the restaurant's kitchen, watching the cook loosely butcher a massive pike and throw all the parts head, fins, body, entrails into a .
- Everyone rises as the entre of entrails haggis is made by stuffing a sheep's heart, liver and lungs along with oatmeal and spices into the stomach lining, so that it looks .
- Cindy Adams in ABS CBN News
New Yorkers infuse such pain and emotion into 9/11 that, for now, absolutely nothing could project onto a screen what still rips at our entrails,Adams wrote Friday.
- Tony Abbott in Sydney Morning Herald
I'm not going too deeply into the entrails of the organisation of the party,Mr Abbott told reporters in Sydney on Thursday.
- John Howard in The Age
Asked why it had taken him so long to clear the air, Mr Howard said: "I don't think there's anything to be gained for me, the country, the party, the government, in going into the entrails of this, that or the other. I indicated all along that I...