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knacker

operator of a knackery.
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Boy, an aspiring thug in more trouble than he can handle, can't wait to intimidate his new roommate with his credentials, snarling to Knacker that he's "a commander in the organization--a top ranker, right?
One site that remains in existence is I F***ing Hate Knackers with over 300 members.
The NGRC is considering whether to ban knacker meat entirely, although the proposal has led to criticism from trainers who believe it can be safely used.
It is our opinion, as many of our customers agree, that the use of knacker meat as feed for greyhounds is highly beneficial and safe providing the proper precautions are used, and it would be difficult and expensive to replace it.
WITH reference to the recent article (March 24) about the NGRC debating a ban on knacker meat.
THE Stewards of the National Greyhound Racing Club are considering a ban on the use of all knacker meat following confirmation that the death of 12 greyhounds under the care of Perry Barr trainer Francis O'Hare was due to a cocktail of local anaesthetics and barbiturates normally used as a humane killer for horses.
Haynes said: "The whole issue of feeding knacker meat and the risks of dogs producing positive samples from it was explained to us in great detail.
The drug is commonly used for treating horses with colic, which clearly points to knacker meat as the source of contamination.
Let's send Cuthbert to the knackers [sic] yard where he belongs.
The seven commandments are slowly altered and even though the animals win the Battle of the Windmill, the pigs take over and old Boxer is shipped off to the knackers.
Entertainment: Irish rock band the Knackers perform on the patio from 5 to 10 p.