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someone who buys old buildings or ships and breaks them up to recover the materials in them

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someone who buys up old horses for slaughter

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Managing director of his own film company, Yellow Fever, George is used to being behind the camera filming, writing and editing his own movies including The Knackery and Battle Of The Bone.
December 4, 2009 Everyone in the Victorian racing industry is shocked that the RV board can just snuff out jumping in this state, destroying the livelihoods of people they are supposed to represent and condemning hundreds of well-caredfor horses to the knackery.
The Department of Agriculture spokesman said farmers would normally call in a knackery to collect animal carcasses.
Safety experts yesterday visited a knackery where a teenager died in a forklift truck tragedy.
We took it to a nearby knackery where a vet said it had been shot with a high powered rifle.