|raato englanniksi||carcass, corpse, wreck, stiff, carrion|
*: Plate 31, figure B shows a desiccated carcass in the ventral position with a sharp S curvature in the vertebral column. Such pronounced drying-out of a carcass probably happens only when it is quickly carried to a dry place and exposed to the strong rays of the sun.
*: Despite all of the groups experiences with leopards and carcasses in trees, neither the vervets nor the baboons gave alarm calls at the sight of the carcass alone.
*: Instead, the majority of studies involve freezing the carcasses until time permits the analysis.
*: Lean flavor scores for this muscle were lower than those for ribeye, especially in Prime grade carcasses.
*: The most important is the carcass but the liver, kidneys and, to a limited extent, various other visceral components also have value as food items....For example, the carcasses from sheep and cattle have the head removed immediately after slaughter but in pigs this may be delayed until after chilling and further butchery.
*: In some countries, there is still a significant trade in chicken carcasses that have been plucked, but not eviscerated, by the producer. Subsequently, the carcass may be eviscerated by a butcher or in the kitchen of the consumer.
: He was an emotional wreck after the death of his wife.
*: To the fair haven of my native home, / The wreck of what I was, fatigued I come.
*: the wreck of matter and the crush of worlds
*: Hard and obstinate / As is a rock amidst the raging floods, / Gainst which a ship, of succour desolate, / Doth suffer wreck, both of herself and goods.
*: Its intellectual life was thus able to go on amidst the wreck of its political life.
: He wrecked the car in a collision.
: That adulterous hussy wrecked my marriage!
*: Supposing that they saw the kings ship wrecked.
*: Weak and envied, if they should conspire, / They wreck themselves.
*: “A tight little craft,” was Austin’s invariable comment on the matron;nb.... ¶ Near her wandered her husband, orientally bland, invariably affable, and from time to time squinting sideways, as usual, in the ever-renewed expectation that he might catch a glimpse of his stiff, retroussé moustache.
: ux|en|He was eventually caught, and given a stiff fine.
: ux|en|My legs are stiff after climbing that hill yesterday.
: ux|en|a stiff drink; a stiff dose; a stiff breeze.
: beat the egg whites until they are stiff
: A Working Stiffs Manifesto: A Memoir of Thirty Jobs I Quit, Nine That Fired Me, and Three I Cant Remember was published in 2003.
: She convinced the stiff to go to her hotel room, where her [[henchman]] was waiting to rob him.
: Realizing he had forgotten his wallet, he stiffed the taxi driver when the cab stopped for a red light.
*: We asked one girl to explain how she felt when she was "stiffed." She said, You think of all the work youve done and how youve tried to please [them…].
*: You see, poor Nonie really was stiffed by Adolph in his will. He really stiffed her, Rose, and I really wanted to right that wrong.
*: Then he stiffed the waiter with a cheap tip.
: Vultures feed on carrion.
*: They did eat the dead carrions.
*: Perhaps the Purple Emperor is feasting, as Morris says, upon a mass of putrid carrion at the base of an oak tree.
*: Old feeble carrions.