How to use Carcasses in a sentence

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  • The French newspapers showed the dolphin carcasses piled up high on the beach.

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  • All carcasses to be inspected by qualified meat inspectors.

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  • They should be used to help clear the backlog of rotting carcasses.

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  • Also big cats who had been fed infected chicken carcasses in a Thai zoo were killed by H5N1.

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  • Way ahead on dusk's horizon I could see the burning funeral pyre of animal carcasses below the Broad Hinton white horse.

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  • Way ahead on dusk 's horizon I could see the burning funeral pyre of animal carcasses below the Broad Hinton white horse.

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  • In beef and lamb carcasses there is a single major bone, the tibia or shank bone, located distally to the femur.

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  • These casualty animals or slaughtered carcasses together with subclinical cases will end up in the rendering industry in increasing numbers.

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  • These measures include the compulsory slaughter of cattle suspected of having BSE and the removal from the food chain of their milk and carcasses.

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  • Beef carcasses normally are suspended by a hook under the fibular tarsal bone.

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  • Risks include zoonoses, changes in air quality from the burning of carcasses, and contamination of water supplies and the food chain.

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  • By-products are the ground carcasses of the slaughtered animal.

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  • The only caveat is that the carcasses must be adequately rendered to minimize transmission of disease.

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  • The greatest portion comes from slaughter house leftovers after the choicest sections of meat are removed from animal carcasses.

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  • When they found the mutilated carcasses, many thought that they resembled animals attacked by wolves, yet locals knew that there were no wolves in the vicinity.

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  • In fact, two other dead specimens were found in the same area, but it wasn't clear what happened to those carcasses.

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  • Bug carcasses - During the life cycle of the bug, molting occurs and carcasses may get left behind under and at the corners of mattresses.

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  • The number of bites and evidence of bug carcasses may suggest you have been a victim of bed bugs.

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  • Knobs and wrinkles on bone surfaces become more conspicuous with age, and they are readily seen in the carcasses of old bulls.

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  • Meat inspectors working in Scottish abattoirs have also reported a marked increase in carcasses showing evidence of liver fluke infestation.

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  • Well he did share it with rotting carcasses and we did a have a rather beery night.

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  • The government is proposing to incinerate cattle carcasses at 22 sites, some of which are in populated areas.

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  • He suspected this was as a result of farmers burying carcasses.

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  • Poultry meat toughness reaches its maximum level as recently slaughtered carcasses are washed, but the meat becomes more tender as carcasses are chilled.

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  • Thus nowadays most slaughterhouses chill carcasses on a one day cycle.

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  • At the present time there is a requirement to split bovine carcasses of animals over 6 months of age in export slaughterhouses.

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  • To avoid cold shortening, meat must not reach 10 o C within 10 hours post mortem in lamb carcasses.

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  • A high number of deer carcasses were found by the roadside on a busy stretch of road in a short space of time.

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  • All carcasses to be inspected by qualified meat inspected by qualified meat inspectors.

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  • I am reminded of the huge funeral pyres of cattle carcasses, which we saw last year.

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  • Firstly, by reports that bovine spinal cord was being incompletely removed from some carcasses.

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