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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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Similarly, Long and Jones (1996) suggested that white sharks excluded blue sharks, a species known to scavenge on whale carcasses, from the blue whale carcass.
A treatment which has generated little processor interest to date is hot-boning of beef carcasses before the chilling stage.
Initially titled La Esquina del Afrojazz, the 1969 session shall bring greater exposure abroad to the number one Cuban vocalist alive today (in my humble opinion), the one and only Bobby Carcasses, who is also a brilliant composer and imaginative showman (and plays the piano, drums, trumpet, bass and guitar).
Bovine carcasses require longer composting times of up to one year for a carcass weighing 1,200 lbs.
In addition, high tensile strength and compound thickness was needed in black sidewalls and carcasses while the tires were in service.
It was all there: Hidden camera shots of workers in gore-spattered smocks gutting strung-up carcasses streaming by on an overhead conveyor.
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Quality grades of Korea were designed to reflect differences in expected eating quality among carcasses.
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A total of 76 elephants carcasses were recorded during the survey.
5 million animal deaths with the majority of carcasses disposed through burial [1].
Carcasses were kept in refrigeration for 24h at 4[degrees]C, where they were hung by the tarsal-metatarsal joints, and spaced 17cm apart on average.
Traitsanalyzed:The carcasses were stored in the freezing chamber for 24 hrs before all the carcass traits and meat quality traits were measured based on the cutting standard of fresh and chilled beef GB/T17238-1998 of China (China Standard Publishing House).
The phenomenon was observed almost by chance when researchers from the University of Utah placed seven calf carcasses in the Great Basin Desert to study scavengers in the region.