gambrel


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gambrel

(găm′brəl)
n.
The hock of a horse or other animal.

gambrel

the bracket-shaped piece of iron rod on which a sheep carcass is traditionally hung to cool and set.
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Gambrel attended a meeting of wives whose husbands had been sent to serve away from home.
Hipped roof with cross-gables, side-gabled roof, front-gabled roof, cross-gabled roof, and gambrel roof are all subtypes of this category.
The FAA believes that the Diamond Award symbolizes the best of what the aviation maintenance industry has to offer," said Kerry Gambrel, Airworthiness Safety Program manager for the Springfield IL Flight Standards District Office (FSDO).
The mountains had far less ocotillo and cactus compared to the areas I had hunted in Arizona, and the hillsides were a mix of gambrel oaks, mesquite, and cat's claw.
4 sisters Carol Gambrel, Violet LaHair, Edith LaHair, and Gale LaHair.
This is done with the aid of a gambrel or meat stick.
In the slaughterhouse, each carcass gambrel has a bar code identity number which is centrally stored and after cutting, the meat is labelled with the factory and relevant EU authorisation numbers.
Among the property's unique architectural characteristics are its richly carved stonework, two-story oriel window, gambrel roof framed by massive chimney stacks, and terra-cotta details including sunflowers, the trademark of its Queen-Anne style.
Generous new windows on the ends of the second story fit into the barn's gambrel shape.
Further information about the ABB Brain Power Scholarship is available from Doug Gambrel, manager, University Relations.
The Backcountry Gambrel is sold alone or packaged with the company's 4-pulley, 4:1 lift ratio hoist, which comes with 40' of tangle-free rope ($34.
and Violet (Gould) LaHair and is predeceased by 3 sisters, Carol Gambrel, Violet LaHair and Edith LaHair.