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trier

a meat inspector who inspects the viscera in an uneviscerated chicken carcass through a small incision in the abdominal wall. The prime target is the liver and if this appears to be unaffected by disease the carcass is passed. Called also abdominal trier.
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Trie also channeled a large amount of money to Clinton's legal-defense fund -- much of it laundered through personal checks from individual contributors who were reimbursed through foreign bank accounts.
White House special counsel Lanny Davis said Trie - an international business consultant with an apartment at the Watergate in Washington - has been to the White House ``more than a dozen times'' dating to the start of Clinton's presidency.
I thought last week a couple of tries were untidy and it was at the end of the game.
One East Central leaders Beddau scored six tries on their way to a 40-5 home win over Gilfach Goch.
Nuneaton also picked up a bonus point as first half tries from Steve Honey and Elliot Brown set up their 29-12 victory over Burton.
Denbigh U11s went down to a 33-14 defeat at Rhyl with Owain John Jones and Dafydd Morris scoring their only tries, both converted by Ferdinand Murry.
Bryncoch tasted even sweeter victory - 66-10 over basement side Aberavon Green Stars, running in 10 tries in the process.
But first, scrum-half Andrew Quick and then centre Matthew Edwards scored Newbridge tries with Burnett's second penalty from 45 metres sealing it after Cardiff referee Gwyn Morris had penalised a Bargoed player for not rolling away.
Evans crossed for a further two tries in the second match and added a conversion, while Cai Williams also crossed as did Rocklyn O'Shea, who also added a conversion.
But three clear-cut chances had been missed in the first half, and it cost them as Stratford showed their spirit and determination by scoring three unconverted tries in the space of 10 minutes to tip the game their way.
Delon Armitage and Juan Manuel Leguizamon scored tries as LONDON IRISH won 20-13 away to Pau, all their points coming in the first half.
The Pitch/The Ticket'': Network executives ask Jerry to create a show; Jerry tries to evade a vengeful writer; George woos an executive; guest Heidi Swedberg.