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Synonyms for gammon

meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)

hind portion of a side of bacon

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When Ishikola attempted protest, he shut him off with, "My word, you gammon along me too much.
Standard gammons are not in growth, but value added gammon products are starting to help reverse this," she says.
Content and video analysis exclusively for Mobile ESPN subscribers from ESPN MLB hosts and analysts, including Peter Gammons, John Kruk, Karl Ravech and many more;
The announcement of Peter Gammons leaving ESPN after 20 years was the buzz throughout the halls here at the Marriott in downtown Indianapolis.
The Danish prices announced for the beginning of November are posting an 8p/lb increase on horseshoes and 6p/lb on shankless gammons.
The report, by baseball analyst Peter Gammons, was written for Disney-owned ESPN.
Although they'd rather sell legs, if the ham lines stop working, they'll sell gammons -- even if it puts more pressure on their own factory time in Denmark.
Join Peter Gammons and Upper Deck Company as they launch the 2004 UD Rivals set that has captured the greatest moments in this heated battle between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees.
Starting this week, Gammons will offer his expert analysis and commentary on the Sporting News Radio network through regular guest appearances and daily features.
After the announcement yesterday of Gammons leaving ESPN and joining MLB.
Gammons was on the phone Friday with Tim Kurkjian and Erik Kuselias, guest hosts for ESPN's "Mike and Mike" show.
Gammons came to the Harpoon Brewery for a special appearance to talk baseball and drink beer.