mutton chop


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Synonyms for mutton chop

chop cut from a mature sheep

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facial hair that has grown down the side of a man's face in front of the ears (especially when the rest of the beard is shaved off)

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It's the same cut made famous by Manhattan's Keens Steakhouse, where it's called a mutton chop (though the restaurant hasn't used the older, gamier mutton for years).
Apart from one moment threatening someone with a mutton chop, I haven't done much fighting.
TODAY'S QUOTES "Apart from one moment threatening someone with a mutton chop, I haven't done much fighting" Actress Hannah Murray on her role in Game Of Thrones.
Apart from one moment threatening someone with a mutton chop, I haven't done much fighting" - Actress Hannah Murray on her role in Game Of Thrones.
Once each mixing time was achieved, the mix was unloaded from the mixer and each 100 g of mix was bound to one rib to produce extended restructured mutton chop.
Footballers such as St Mirren full-back David van Zanten are doing passable impressions of Begbie from Trainspotting, Meanwhile, Glasgow Warriors stars such as Tim Swinson and Ruaridh Jackson have grown full mutton chop sideboards and wax mousers that make them look like two dandies out on the pull in Victorian Britain.
He's got mutton chop sideburns straight out of the 19th century and an enthusiasm for anything that moves.
But I m getting stronger and more explosive," said Woods, sporting a goatee and long, mutton chop sideburns.
Bill Patterson in mutton chop whiskers plays the loving and doting father who encourages Beatrix, while Barbara Flynn is the tough-minded mother who does not really appreciate her daughter's talents.
Local business and Tempe-based franchisees are "slashing" prices to mark the event - and Tempe fans of the Wolverine and X-Men comics and movie universes are hard at work on their "adamantium" claws and growing their mutton chop sideburns.
There's only so many Never The Twain and Winner Takes All reruns one man can stand before he starts to involuntarily grow a whopping pair of mutton chop sideburns whilst craving Watney's Red Barrel and a trough of prawn cocktail.
Should the Racing Post be leading the campaign for mutton chop whiskers at the head of the BHA, Fu Manchu stylings among the training fraternity, the occasional pair of Jimmy Edwards handlebars threatening to stop jockeys from going into the stalls?
Peter Wright's suggestion of a Mutton Bridge (Letters, April 11) is good, but what I, and I suspect many others, would like to see most is a Mutton Chop.
A mutton chop would cost at least three times as much as a vegetable chop, unless you go in for meat of the worst kind," Gandhi warned all prospective students in this unpublished manuscript, listing in detail the many bounties of nature available in England.
He wrote: "Mr Danesh has a husky bass voice and is dashing, even if, with his mutton chop whiskers and long legs, he resembles a Victorian villain from a Monty Python sketch.