hindquarter hindquarter  /ˈhaɪnd ˌkwɔr tər/


  • (n) the back half of a side of meat


  • For your information, the loin of beef is cut from the hindquarter, and the specifications outlined in the caption are exactly the same as have been followed by the Chicago .


  • Quick Bites, July 9, 2013: HQ turns 25

    Hindquarter Bar & Grille will celebrate a silver anniversary Saturday, marking 25 years since Bob and Sandy Cornell opened the corner steakhouse at Soquel and Dakota avenues.
    on July 10, 2013     Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel


  • "A year older at weight-for-age they all improve and I think he's an honest horse and well worth being patient with," Cummings said. "He's a lovely colt (entire) with lovely conformation, and a great hindquarter. He is just what you look for...
    on Oct 28, 2007 By: Bart Cummings Source: Racing and Sports Pty Ltd

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