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deboned

carcass meat from which the bone has been removed.
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2) Debone from 4,000 MT to 6,000 MT of quarter cut beef into 3,120 to 4,680 MT of meat.
The college head chef demonstrated how to debone and fillet a sardine with great pomp.
Chris DeBone, president of the Hawaii Solar Energy Association and managing partner of Honolulu-based Hawaii Energy Connection, said that it s not the utility vs.
De Santiago's father would prefer his son become a doctor, but de Santiago would rather debone a chicken than remove a gallbladder.
At its Rotterdam facility female cattle hindquarters specialists debone, cut, freeze and vacuum-pack portion control tenderloin, ribeye, striploin and beefsteak for the restaurant trade, supermarkets and further processors.
For the oxtail: Debone oxtail, leaving meat intact.
Otherwise the Welsh lamb industry could not survive, as it is totally uneconomical to debone the light lambs we produce.
DeBone stated, "Mylan is the single largest generic supplier of metoprolol tartrate, in 50 mg and 100 mg strengths, in the United States.
Other benefits such as labour saving, reductions in re-work and securing additional valuable supply and debone contracts have also resulted from installation of BoneScan units.
DeBone, 56, will become President and Chief Operating Officer.