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gambrel

(găm′brəl)
n.
The hock of a horse or other animal.
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Here's what you'll need to construct a basic field kit: * Backpack * Drop-point skinning knife * Fillet knife * Gut hook knife * Small bone saw * Block and tackle with cord * Portable gambrel * Food-processing gloves * 1- and 2-gallon zip-close bags * Large garbage bags * Tarp or dropcloth * Biodegradable cotton string * Permanent marker * Cheesecloth or carcass bags Our Store
Lindsay Gambrel has been promoted to Magic Valley west sales team leader.
After scalding of pig carcass, pig carcass connected to the gambrel (RFID tag) of the conveyor passes through 16 ultrasound arrays mounted on the Autofom III chute, and the information of the carcass is input to the control computer.
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Gambrel has bought 37 Perry Street for $17.5 million, according to city records.
From the age of seven, Lillian had only known the big white farmhouse with its red gambrel barn as home.
A gambrel and simple pulley system in the garage is ideal and one individual can hang a deer alone.
Designer Steven Gambrel, another attendee at the Kempner event, has given more than $20,000 in total to Democratic party committees and the campaigns of Clinton, Obama and other high-profile Democrats.
In particular, it resembles the virtue of simplicity (Gambrel and Cafaro, 2010).
GAMBREL ROOF: A roof with two slopes on each side, the lower one steeper than the upper, which forms the ridge.
In order to be closer to family, she relocated to San Francisco, where she paid just under $2 million in 2009 for a shingled Dutch Gambrel cottage in the frequently fog-shrouded Sea Cliff neighborhood.