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carcass

One's body, often specifically the buttocks. Get your carcass in here, dinner's ready!

carcass

(ˈkɑrkəs)
n. one’s body; a large or heavy body. Put your carcass on a chair, and let’s chew the fat.
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On the other hand, a carcass washed by a flood into a shallow part of the Arctic Sea, would be preserved for an indefinite period, if it were soon afterwards covered with mud sufficiently thick to prevent the heat of the summer-water penetrating to it; and if, when the sea-bottom was upraised into land, the covering was sufficiently thick to prevent the heat of the summer air and sun thawing and corrupting it.
Nevertheless, on some islands only 360 miles northward of our new Cape Horn in Denmark, a carcass buried in the soil (or if washed into a shallow sea, and covered up with mud) would be preserved perpetually frozen.
Provided is a pneumatic tire including a sidewall and a carcass, the sidewall being produced from a rubber composition for a sidewall which has a specific sulfur content, the carcass being produced from a carcass cord covered with a rubber composition for a carcass topping, and the sulfur contents of the rubber composition for a sidewall and the rubber composition for a carcass topping satisfying a specific relationship.
Data collection on the species involved began as soon as a carcass was localized; it was recorded the cause of death (whenever possible), the carcass' decomposition status and the behavior shown by ants on the carcass.
The results showed that the breast part of a carcass was the most advantageous part in terms of fatty acids.
(2006) reported that BW was a powerful estimator of the muscle content in a carcass and 87-95% of the variation was explained by BW, and when ULDA (over the 13th thoracic vertebra) was included in the multiple regression analysis, variation of total carcass muscle led to an increase of 6% in Churra de Terra Quente sheep.
The shark was tearing into a carcass of a whale in the south coast.
However, the carcass traits are important meat quality determinants which directly shape the price of a carcass. A report noted that carcass traits (i.e.
The simplicity of application of an equation to predict cutability based on measurements on the carcass which would not require the ribbing of the carcass in order to obtain them would be advantageous for the several regions of the Mexico beef industry, as ribbing of the carcass is a practice only accepted as a conventional procedure for the visual evaluation of the marketing merit of a carcass in restricted beef markets of Mexico.
Before burying a carcass, the burying beetles remove the fur or feathers from the carcass, compact the carcass by rolling it repeatedly, and smear its surface with their anal secretions [1].
(1995) reported that a carcass skinned after bleed still had 7.5 log10 cfu/gm of aerobic bacteria per rinse and according to them de-skinning did not guarantee freedom from bacteria.
When a carcass was dropped onto moist sediments that contained clay, the material soaked into the bird's feathers and bound the body to the mud in just a few minutes.
gallinarum was identified in a carcass from a broiler farm in eastern Sicily.
"Like maggots, the bees usually get into a carcass through the eyes.
There are times when it is important to remove or obliterate an animal carcass from locations such as recreation areas where a carcass might attract bears, at a popular picnic area where the public might object, or along the sides of roads or trails.