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stunned

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Kelly was stunned and had to be carried home to recover.
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Most animals passing through abattoirs in the UK are stunned to render them unconscious prior to being slaughtered, but some religions insist that the meat they eat come from animals that were not stunned prior to being slaughtered.
THE National Sheep Association (NSA) has welcomed the concept of new meat labelling laws that differentiate between animals that are stunned at slaughter and those that are not.
UK Food Standards Agency figures from 2011 suggest 84 per cent of cattle, 81 per cent of sheep and 88 per cent of chickens slaughtered for halal meat were stunned before they died.
A BIG debate has taken place in Britain this week over halal and kosher meat being sold by restaurants and supermarkets without labelling - and the fact that at a number of UK abattoirs some animals slaughtered under these systems are not being stunned beforehand.
In Australia, cattle are stunned prior to slaughter using a penetrative captive bolt, non-penetrative (percussive) captive bolt, or electrical methods, and, according to Gregory and Shaw (2000), when stunning is done correctly, the animal feels no pain and becomes instantly unconscious.
Each year, an estimated 50 to 200 Kemp's ridley sea turtles, which are green and have a triangle-shaped head, may get cold stunned in Massachusetts starting in late October to December.
Bill Reilly said two million are dying in agony every year because they are not stunned first.
A second high-profile incident occurred in September 2009, when the same officer who stunned Van Ornum used his Taser to subdue an unarmed UO student from China who had been mistaken as a trespasser inside his own apartment.
Some animals were stunned using a captive bolt pistol humane slaughter.
We believe all animals and poultry should be stunned before slaughter.
1 : to make dizzy or senseless by or as if by a blow <The bird laid stunned after crashing into the window.
The protagonist here is Mia, 15 years old and stunned by her mother's death.
Yes, as a minister I am shocked and stunned by the action of Orville English, owner of the Wolf Laurel Slopes in North Carolina, against two people getting married.
I was stunned when reading your article entitled New West gets contested properties (September Journal).
Animals killed for Muslim halal and Jewish kosher meat are exempt from the rule that requires all animals to be stunned bef ore being slaughtered,because their religions have traditionally forbidden stunning.