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haunch

(hônch, hŏnch)
n.
The hip, buttock, and upper thigh in humans and certain other animals.

haunch

(hawnsh) [Fr. hanche]
The hips and buttocks.

haunch

1. in conformation terms, the region of the iliac crests.
2. in the meat trade, the leg and loin.
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Hyatt City of Dreams Manila executive chef Michael Luedtke puts the haunch (sorry, I really love that word) through four days of loving preparation before it is served at the CafAaAaAeA@ at Hyatt.
A splendid collaboration between the Berlin-Moscow gallery Volker Diehl and the Haunch of Venison gallery in London reveals the wide range and power of Soviet non-conformist art.
300 Haunch Lane, Birmingham B13 0QS THIS week's column is Tweet as Chips, after reader Debbie Palmer sent me a lovely recommendation for this brightly-lit shop via Twitter.
I long to feather my hand over its satin swell, The groomed haunch of a thoroughbred, Soothed and comforted by human contact.
The pictures, taken by photographer Adrian Houston, can be seen from November 5 to 6 at the Amazing Partnership photography exhibition at the Haunch of Venison Art Gallery in Burlington Gardens, London.
The exhibition, which includes posters designed for the Sex Pistols by Jamie Reid, is at the Haunch of Venison gallery in central London.
Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower are said to have met at The Haunch of Venison pub while planning the D-Day landings
Ambleside (5pts) 38-1 beat Bulkington (1pt) 37 all out by 9 wkts; Fillongley v Haunch wood (5pts) - match awarded to Haunch wood; Attle borough (2pts) v Newdigate (2pts) - match abandoned; Ansley (1pt) 32 all out (S Patel 3-12, J Edgar 3-4) lost to Bed worth (5pts) 35-1 by 9 wkts.
DC3 will include 24 dock levellers, two-level access doors, haunch height of 12m, with 39 lorry parking space and car parking for 339 cars.
Local retailers and farm shops are increasingly linking up with local estates and shoots to provide fresh game on their counters, while many local supermarkets now stock and promote a wide selection of game, from stuffed pheasant breast to venison haunch and venison burgers.
Tynemouth MP Alan Campbell was today wondering whether the old presents to Government Whips, such as a bolt of cloth or of haunch of venison would be restored.
From the hindquarters the cuts of leg or loin together form the haunch, which is one of the most popular cuts (along with the saddle).