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1. n. a dollar bill. This ticket cost me a couple of skins—and it’s not worth it. You got a skin for the tollbooth?
2. and skinhead n. someone with a shaved or bald head. (Some such persons may also engage in political violence.) Who’s the skinhead with the earrings?
3. tv. to cheat or overcharge someone. The guy who sold me this car really skinned me.
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Key words: Coliforms count, Indicator microorganisms, Microbial quality, Skinless carcass, Total aerobic count.
One -hundred and twenty- six fish were washed, headed, gutted and filleted by hand as two groups with skinless and skinned on the same day and treated in three different ways.
The Italian Style chicken breasts were erroneously packed in a Perfect Portions bag that says "Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts," with no flavor designated.
* Look for products that are skinless and contain 100% breast meat or predominantly breast meat (first ingredient listed) to get the least amount of fat.
Also a 50g Cooked Skinless Chicken Breast Fillet containing 0.9g of fat and 139 mg sodium per 100g.
"The loin has less fat than skinless chicken breast, and it's really low in fat and cholesterol and high in protein."
The North Country Farms line initially will offer two products--a whole chicken (without giblets and neck) and boneless skinless split breasts.
Hurston's stories of talking skulls and skinless witches are sure to give young readers a little scare, and Leonard Jenkins illustrations are appropriately haunting.
The skinless, boneless, vacuum-packed servings of farm-raised Atlantic salmon come in easy-to-prepare four, six, and eight ounce fillets.
In conjunction with an automatic loader, the system can readily process 200 single-layer packs of skinless franks per minute.
The series of four ads, which compare lean beef to skinless chicken, will appear in the July and September issues of 23 consumer magazines.
Westerners who value skinless chicken breasts as a low-fat source of protein can find them at the grocery store often at prices lower than those in their home country.
The best and most wholesome proteins are green leafy vegetables, soybeans (including tofu), sesame seed and dried beans with fish, chicken (skinless), and/or turkey.
"Opt for lean cuts of meat and skinless poultry that are broiled or baked instead of fried," advises Brazil.