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the front half of a side of meat

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Mean values for slaughter weight (PA), hot carcass weight (PCQ), yield (RND), forequarter weight (PD), sawcut hindquarters weight (PT), spare rib weight (PPA), cold carcass weight (CCW) and cold carcass pH (pHF) are presented in Table 2.
The cold left half of the carcasses were separated into the following primary cuts: hindquarter, which was comprehend of the posterior part of the carcass, separated from the forequarter between the fifth and sixth rib and the side at an approximate distance of 20 cm from the vertebral column; forequarter, which was composed of the neck, shoulder, foreleg arm, and five ribs, and side, which was composed of the region of the sixth rib and the abdominal muscles, as showed in Figure 1.
Upon local recurrence 6 months after endoprosthesis implantation, the patient underwent forequarter amputation and died 2 months later.
The training protocol presented in this article is the first of its kind, a detailed example of prosthetic rehabilitative training for individuals receiving a technologically advanced prosthesis after a shoulder disarticulation or forequarter amputation.
But motivated by profit, European "beef" ingredients have been added to forequarter mince in the processing of burgers.
Before 1970, most patients with high-grade sarcomas arising from the scapula were treated with a forequarter amputation (1).
If he tries to sniff you, ignore him and just stand still alongside his forequarter.
The second half of the first DVD covers the forequarter, also starting with division into primal cuts: Skirt, plate, boneless rib, flat ribs, shank, brisket, shoulder and bone-in chuck.
The left forequarter, left forepaw, and distal portions of some ribs had been partially consumed.
With no rusk or cereal, it features 94 per cent beef from carefully selected forequarter cuts and a secret blend of seasoning.
We would have to do a mastectomy and a forequarter amputation.
In quadrupeds (kwa-droo-pedz)--four-legged animals--the limbs are commonly divided into the forequarter, which includes all parts of the shoulder and front leg, and the hindquarter (hind-kwar-ter), which includes all parts of the hip and hind leg (see Figure 4-3 and Figure 4-4).
He hauled the severed forequarter to one side of the work table and began marking his next cuts on the hindquarter.
The exotic fare on the menu, reproduced right, shows guests feasted on clear oxtail soup, prawns in aspic, York ham, ox tongue, forequarter of lamb and mint sauce - and wine jelly.
2) The common mechanism for these injuries is violent distraction of the entire forequarter from the rest of the body.