forequarter


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forequarter

(fôr′kwôr′tər)
n.
The foreleg, shoulder, and adjacent lateral parts of an animal, especially a horse.

forequarter

the quarter of an animal carcass that includes a forelimb; in the live animal refers to the part of the animal forward of the elbow, excluding the neck and head.
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Also, when expressed as a carcass percentage, the forequarter was higher (p < 0.
Forequarter amputation may leave the patient with a significant functional, cosmetic and psychological loss.
The forequarter carries the majority of the weight of quadrupeds.
ACCORDING to McDonald's, the perfect Big Mac contains: 2x100 per cent forequarter and flank beef patties, 1 sesame seed bun, Big Mac sauce containing water, vegetable oil, gerkhins, sugar, vinegar, modified corn starch & egg yolk, 1 slice of processed cheese, shredded iceberg lettuce, 100 per cent dehydrated white onions, and dill pickle slices.
Lay one of the halves onto the work table and, referring again to your meat chart, remove the forequarter first by lifting the leg away from the rib cage using your knife to slice it off.
Upper-limb amputations were classified as thumb, finger(s), hand, wrist, transradial, through-elbow, transhumeral, shoulder, and forequarter amputation levels.
The accident he has hacking up a forequarter of beef while watching George wash at the sink in the next room yields some unforgettable imagery.
The less expensive forequarter cut or shoulder has its grip in the sandwich market.
At a common carcass weight, bull carcasses (BULLS) as compared to steer counterparts, yielded a higher proportion of biceps femoris, semitendinosus, boneless chuck and total cuts derived from the forequarter (CANTER), and a lesser proportion of tenderloin, boneless rib, boneless rump, bone-in brisket (PECHS) and total bone-in cuts (P<0,05).
The artist, in one drawing, transforms a horse from hindquarter to forequarter into a mule, and the illustrator's people gaze out of the drawings with either grim or startled faces.
com/reports/c52396) has announced the addition of "Market Snapshot Report: Russia-Import-2005, Meat of Bovine Animals, Frozen: Boneless: Forequarters, "Compensated" Quarters in Two Blocks, One of Which Contains the Forequarter, and the Other, the Hindquarter, Excluding the Tenderloin, in One Piece, H" to their offering.