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beef

Edible muscle from cattle, which is commonly consumed throughout the world except where it is taboo (e.g., among Hindis) or discouraged (e.g., among Buddhists).
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Personal trainer David Fairlamb said: "Beefy has been training three times a week and his fitness level is through the roof.
Like 'Beefy', bantam Lyon won every one of his four rounds against 'The Mummy', drilling game Alfadie with head and body shots en route to his fifth win in the paid ranks.
Local schools and colleges have supported Beefy's walk including Coleg Llandrillo Cymru.
Beefy might have scored more than 5,000 runs for England but his best work (and I'll bet his most rewarding) has been raising all that cash for desperately-ill people.
The support has so far helped Beefy raise more than half a million pounds for Leukaemia Research and the Teenage Cancer Trust.
For Beefy does not suffer fools gladly, owes the Press no favours, and has a tendency towards the monosyllabic reply.
The auction is being held in conjunction with Beefy's Big Welsh Walk, starting in Burry Port on August 6 and ending in Cardiff on August 8.
Tattooed football fan Keith "Beefy" Roberts has become one of the most prominent faces in the Journal's Great North Fitness Revolution.
Teenage 'Beefy', younger brother of undefeated pro Paul and world class international Stephen, went to war with Scott Miller of Stoke's Holten Abbey club.
Dairy Crest employee, Philip Mitchell, travelled to Birmingham city centre to meet Beefy on the sixth day of his latest charity walk and present him with a cheque for pounds 567 on behalf of the Castle Vale depot.
It was never easy against a dour Huddersfield side, which put out a beefy pack, but in the end success was well deserved in a very competitive affair.