carcass : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the dead body of an animal especially one slaughtered and dressed for food
- Even top predators like big jungle cats may spend as much time defending a kill as eating it, one of the reasons some of them will carry a carcass up into a tree before tucking in.
- Roughly speaking, the game involves two or more teams on horseback fighting for control of the headless, gutted carcass of sheep, calf or goat.
- Then the Navy medics want the carcass for an autopsy, just in case they have missed something.
News & Articles
- Ohio livestock prices
On a carcass basis plant delivered (54-62 pct. lean): 1.27 lower. 90.00-105.00, weighted average 99.43.
June 18, 2013 - Your Hometown Lima Stations
- Scientists: Timber in Lake Michigan centuries old
FAIRPORT, Mich. (AP) — A wooden beam embedded at the bottom of northern Lake Michigan appears to have been there for centuries, underwater archaeologists announced Tuesday, a crucial finding as crews dig toward what they hope is the carcass of a French ship that disappeared while exploring the Great Lakes in the 17th century.
June 18, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
- Scientists say shipwreck timber in Lake Michigan centuries old
Underwater archaeologists make crucial finding as they dig toward what they hope is the carcass of a long-lost French ship
June 18, 2013 - CBS News
- Tendai Biti in guardian.co.uk
Biti said that if Mugabe formed a Cabinet on his own, it would be "the final nail into the carcass of this dialogue."
- Bob Schaffer in Grand Junction Sentinel
Over my cold, dead, political carcass,Republican US Senate candidate Bob Schaffer said.
- Mike Huckabee in New York Times
I've always said as a hunter, 'You never put the cross hairs on a dead carcass,'Mr. Huckabee, a former Arkansas governor, told reporters Wednesday. "You only aim for something that's alive that you'd like to take home."