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hindquarter

(hīnd′kwôr′tər)
n.
hindquarters The posterior part of a quadruped, adjacent to the hind legs.

hindquarter

the rump and legs, i.e. the loin, pelvis, pelvic limb and associated musculature.

asymmetric hindquarter
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Percentage of total lean was calculated by combining the weights of the lean from the right fore- and hindquarter and dividing by the chilled weight of the right side.
But just as I fired he fell on his nose again with his hindquarters still erect from the effects of the first slug.
When comparing the dressing of primary cuts in the different animals, some precautions should be taken; several times, the division of cuts were realized subjectively, there by leading to changes in results such as in the limits of side and hindquarter cuts, which vary according to the animal size and its adjustments and which can lead to variations in the cut dressings when they are inadequate (Nerin et al.
Although animals fed SB grain had heavier hindquarter (Table 3), diets had minimal effect on the forequarter to hindquarter ratio.
It's okay to say front leg or rear leg, and front quarter or hindquarter, but it should go without saying that shoulder implies front and ham implies rear
What we see repeatedly, as the performers cavort in nudelike body stockings, are bent-over dancers, their legs straightened and facing upstage (with torsos out of sight)--like the hindquarter view of horses standing.
Gosden revealed: "Richard Pankhurst was found to be tight in his hindquarter after working nicely on Saturday and will miss his intended prep in the Craven Stakes at Newmarket on Thursday.