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deboned

carcass meat from which the bone has been removed.
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Vice chairman and chief executive officer Robert Coury comments that DeBone has made invaluable contributions to the growth and success of Mylan.
Debone the three birds by cutting along the backbone so the birds open up flat.
One was to debone a sardine and the other was to butterfly a poussin (a young chicken).
De Santiago's father would prefer his son become a doctor, but de Santiago would rather debone a chicken than remove a gallbladder.
For the oxtail: Debone oxtail, leaving meat intact.
Coury as chief executive officer and 56-year-old Louis DeBone as president and chief operating officer.
About 38 workers debone the bird as it comes down the line, with each set of workers removing different parts: first drumsticks, then wings (whole or split, depending on customer preference), then breast fillets, tenders, and finally thighs.
Debone the chicken, leaving it in one whole piece (or you can have the chicken vendor do this for you when you buy the chicken).
Other benefits such as labour saving, reductions in re-work and securing additional valuable supply and debone contracts have also resulted from installation of BoneScan units.
Louis DeBone has been designated president and chief operating officer, succeeding A.
1 Debone chicken quarters leaving skin and meat intact.