Butcher-s Sentence Examples
Of the fatted live weight of a pig 83% is butcher's carcase, and 91% of the increase from 100 to 200 lb is carcase.
An entirely opposite dietary is that in which butcher's meat is completely excluded and proteids reduced to a minimum, as advocated by Dr Haig.
In 1984 he returned as a butcher's boy, on the day of the sponsored walk.
Far from receiving rump steak; they were making a broth of the butcher's leftovers.
The two men were hacked to death with a seven-inch butcher's cleaver.Advertisement
What grand memories of chopping the huge lumps of coal with a butcher's knife.
An Oxford butcher probably created this recipe in the days when every butcher's shop sold its own special home-made sausages.
That was the day when Alun Jones opened his butcher's shop with the aim of providing high-quality local meat to the local market.
Forgo the tablecloth and drape the table with butcher's paper or a large sheet of colored paper so they can doodle while the adults blabber.
Instead of a traditional tablecloth, use a piece of butcher's paper or glue/stitch together multi-colored sheets of construction paper.Advertisement
Roll the frame across the butcher's paper, tracing the top and bottom onto the paper to make a template.
Roll the lamb into a roll and tie off with butcher's twine.
Rib roasts are available with the ribs attached, without the ribs attached, or newported -with the ribs cut off and then tied on with butcher's string.
At the butcher's building, the bones began moving and pulling back together.
When the Revolution broke out, he kept a butcher's shop in Paris, in the rue des Boucheries St Germain.Advertisement
The more recent researches of Molisch have shown that the luminosity of ordinary butcher's meat under appropriate conditions is quite a common occurrence.
The town is famous for its pork and its cloth (the term norcineria for a pork butcher's shop is indeed used in Rome) and produces bricks and earthenware.
The plants are generally perennial herbs growing from a bulb or rhizome, sometimes shrubby as in butcher's broom (Ruscus) or tree-like as in species of Dracaena, Yucca or Aloe.