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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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All seven were found in outlying islands, with five found in Kinmen County and two in Lienchiang County (Matsu), the center said, adding that no carcasses found in Taiwan proper have so far tested positive.
Hares appeared more likely to scavenge grouse carcasses (36%; 4 of 11 carcasses) over other species.
She said poisoned carcasses might result in the extinction of some wild animals and scavengers.
First, over the 20 years covered by the audits, there was a shift in the distribution of cattle carcass weights to indicate a larger percentage of carcasses being produced became heavier as time progressed (Figure 1).
Despite it has been documented that castration reduces carcass yields (LAZZORONI et al., 2008; JUAREZ et al., 2009), in this study the carcasses of geldings were heavier (P<0.05) than females.
This is in comparison of 34 carcasses recorded in 2014
Although much is known about the relation between ants and vertebrate carcasses, the Formicidae family is not directly used in criminal investigations; however, studies on these insects' behavior help identify possible interferences caused on the process of decomposition.
Fatty acid composition and sensory characteristics of lamb carcasses from Britain and Spain.
The first visit by the adult bobcat to the carcasses came approximately 28 h after their placement at 2001 h on 31 October 2012.
The arthropod species found on respective carcasses are shown in Figs.
A BUSINESS owner has been fined PS32,000 for using farm buildings to store and transfer animal carcasses.
Burying beetles (Nicrophorus) have a life history that includes bi-parental care of offspring, and breeding on small vertebrate carcasses. This experiment was designed to determine whether Nicrophorus guttula beetles prefer mammalian or avian carcasses for their broods.