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an agent used to restore health

something that corrects or counteracts

to rectify (an undesirable or unhealthy condition)

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provide a cure for, make healthy again

prepare by drying, salting, or chemical processing in order to preserve

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make (substances) hard and improve their usability

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be or become preserved

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The Portfolio Analysis - Fish Smokers & Curers is a comprehensive evaluation of the UK market.
Among living mortals only the curers can become the same as the wild spirits.
They have dropped by a further 10% since the outbreak began and British bacon curers now face an uphill struggle.
A recent victim was Stockport independent curer E Simpson, which went into receivership at the end of October.
There is increasingly fierce competition between curers, not all of whom have direct access to slaughter lines for raw material.
4% y-o-y decline, competition between curers and butchers is fiercer.
But now that retailers have got used to cheap bacon, slicers and curers alike face difficulties in recovering lost ground for their product.
A steady tightening of the pig supply in the UK and on the continent will continue to push up asking prices to curers.
There are still not enough British pork backs for curers to work with: the lower UK kill rates and demand for fresh pork loins continue to frustrate British curers.
But curers may suddenly find they can have all the British pork backs they want -- because consumers have stopped buying the fresh product.
Curers and slicers are finding that British pork backs remain as hard to find as ever -- and imported cuts of pigmeat for curing showed a decline throughout last year.
This proportion is unchanged from the previous year, suggesting British backs are as hard as ever for curers and slicers to procure.
However, its 200 strong company membership has always included all major bacon curers and processors, of whatever nationality.
People sang, danced and rubbed him with a pungent herb lest he turn into a lion; but this was 'curing' the curer, not the sick, to prevent fatal spirit possession.
They recently published a slightly off-beat book which is developing something of a cult following - Adventures of a Bacon Curer, written by Maynard Davies and on sale at pounds 9.