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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.
Upper-limb amputations were classified as thumb, finger(s), hand, wrist, transradial, through-elbow, transhumeral, shoulder, and forequarter amputation levels.
The less expensive forequarter cut or shoulder has its grip in the sandwich market.
Opportunities in this sector exist mainly for frozen boneless beef forequarter cuts, certain lamb cuts, turkey, frozen boneless poultry cuts and prepared poultry cuts.
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.
Subjects had unilateral or bilateral amputation at the transradial, TH, shoulder disarticulation, or forequarter level and were recruited through clinical staff, advertisements, and press releases.
It is understood investigations are focusing on two companies in continental Europe that supply "beef" ingredients, and the product is then added to forequarter mince in the processing of burgers.
The patient underwent a radical resection of the left scapula as well as the proximal humerus including the deltoid, rotator cuff muscles, and portions of the trapezius and the clavicle instead of a forequarter amputation.
The traditional approach when dealing with a malignant tumour involving the shoulder joint or extensively infiltrating the deltoid, pectoral, or subscapular muscles is forequarter amputation of the affected upper extremity.
Pig farmers need to balance the carcase to get maximum revenue from the animal and that means encouraging British consumers to buy the forequarter cuts.
McDonald's uses only 100% whole forequarter and flank from farm assured beef in its burgers.