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slaughtered

slang Extremely drunk. They kept pushing shots in front of me because it was my birthday, so I was totally slaughtered by the end of the night. We went into the first bar we could find and got slaughtered on the cheapest booze they had.
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slaughtered

mod. drunk. Garth went out and got himself slaughtered again last night.
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The post Illegally slaughtered animals no danger to humans, officials say appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Customers in Oman and across the GCC can thus be rest assured that they can buy every A'Saffa chicken and chicken product with the confidence that they have been raised and slaughtered by hand using real halal techniques in accordance with Islamic Sharia'a.
They can either be re-tested again after 60 days, or slaughtered instead.
At the Jalan Bani Bu Hassan slaughterhouse, authorities reported that 609 livestock were slaughtered, including 7 cows, 25 goats and 577 sheep, while 152 kilograms of meat were discarded after being found unsafe for human consumption.
"Only if all obligations were fulfilled and obtained approval from the appropriate authorities only I order that goats and cocks could be slaughtered."
It should be slaughtered after the Eid prayer." "There is also a common mistake, particularly in rural areas, where two people or more share one sacrifice.
In Jewish law we have to look after animals and when the animal is slaughtered it has to be done in the most humane way according to the Torah.
The average weight of carcasses by animal slaughtered was 2kg according to IBGE.
The incidence of dark cutting beef found in young bulls slaughtered commercially is currently as high as 10%, which reduces carcase values by around 35p/kg or pounds 115 per animal - amounting to around pounds 2.3m industry wide each year, according to Eblex.
After ten days of management and diet adaptation five lambs were randomly chosen, weighed and slaughtered (slaughter after weaning group -- SW).
The pending bill prohibits "the shipping, transporting, moving, delivering, receiving, possessing, purchasing, selling or donation of horses and other equines to be slaughtered for human consumption." Opponents of the bill argue that slaughterhouses provide a humane end for horses that are old, broken down or sick.
Globally, the number of animals slaughtered for food in 2002 was 52.7 billion, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
However, over 35 million cows were slaughtered in the United States last year, meaning that only 0.06 percent of all cows slaughtered were tested for BSE.
In fact, over 90 per cent of animals slaughtered for halal meat in the UK are now prestunned and all slaughter without prestunning has been banned in Norway, Sweden and New Zealand.