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Synonyms for beef

solid and well-developed muscles

an expression of dissatisfaction or a circumstance regarded as a cause for such expression

to express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment

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WHEREAS, Pennsylvania's beef industry is committed and responsive to animal and human health issues, and producers and consumers can be assured that Pennsylvania beef products are safe and wholesome; and
This renewed cooperation between UK and Russia is excellent for the British beef industry and opens significant potential after a long 16 years.
In recent years, the development of the global beef industry is generally stable, with a slight decrease in the beef production and consumption.
The executives also met with local government representatives and visited an agricultural high school from which students have been selected to take part in a knowledge exchange program with the Australian beef industry.
The beef industry has gone through a difficult number of years.
beef industry is losing $100 million each month because of the Japanese ban, saying, "We look forward to your prompt response.
The consumer is increasingly asking for our beef and we need to ensure that we have a beef industry to meet that demand, not just today, but for the future as well.
Embryos, eggs, and sperm are the stuff of a booming cattle genetics business in Brazil, one of a host of high-tech areas that ranchers have embraced to catapult the country to the top of the global beef industry.
Last February, a state meat locker teamed with the South Dakota Beef Industry Council to ship of beef sticks to South Dakota troops stationed in Iraq.
As this issue goes to press, the beef industry is facing the ramifications of a single incident of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), also known as mad cow disease.
The cattle growers who sustain the United States' $175 billion beef industry are going to have a hard time obtaining private coverage against losses from mad cow disease, as only two companies advertise it.
The first appearance in the United States of the cattle-killing ailment known as mad cow disease has rocked the beef industry and raised fears of an outbreak of a similar deadly brain disease in people.
And the timing of Yamagishi Bison may be better than either of its founders could have imagined: The BSE scare, especially in Hokkaido, is tormenting the beef industry.
Up to now, the Irish beef industry has been selling beef overseas and to home consumers on the basis that no cases have been found in cattle born after controls were tightened in the mid-1990s.
The Australian beef industry will spend a record A$16 million (about US$9 million) on a campaign to revive sales in the Japanese market over the next 12 months, Australia's national red-meat producers group said Monday.