Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

As previously stated , methods of cutting beef vary considerably in different cities and affect retail prices . Prices are also affected by the grade or quality of meat and by the custom of trimming bone and fat from cuts before ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105006316348

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Retail Prices and Cost of Living Series

The cut varies in different cities and may be between any two ribs from the ninth to the thirteenth , or immediately after the thirteenth rib , counting from the rib in the shoulder and brisket which corresponds to the collar bone in ...

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Author: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924071824753

Category: Cost and standard of living

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Safety Code for Mechanical Power transmission Apparatus

( thick or butt end of the loin and includes all cuts with any part of the hip bone in them . ... There is in these four cities , owing to methods of dividing the round from the loin , no cut that corresponds to " sirloin " in other ...

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Author: Florence Evelyn Parker

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ISBN: OSU:32435063089320

Category: Employers' liability

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The Housekeeper s Encyclopedia of Useful Information for the Housekeeper in All Branches of Cooking and Domestic Economy

In a sirloin of beef , cut the outside pieces thin , lengthwise of the bone , drawing the knife through with a quick ... Now cut the inside meat in the opposite direction , cutting across the bone , laying the slices , which should be ...

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Author: Mrs. E. F. Haskell

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ISBN: UOM:69015000006805

Category: Cooking

Page: 449

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Retail Prices 1913 to December 1920

The round of beef is divided into two cuts or pieces , round and rump , as shown in the diagrams . The round has the leg bone in it and consists of the round and the shank . “ Whole ” or top ” round steaks are cut from the round .

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Author: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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ISBN: UCSC:32106020334485

Category: Cost and standard of living

Page: 217

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Retail Prices

The cut varies in different cities and may be between any two ribs from the ninth to the thirteenth , or immediately after the thirteenth rib , counting from the rib in the shoulder and brisket which corresponds to the collar bone in ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:HJ1L42

Category: Consumer price indexes

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The Housewife s Complete Guide Being a New System of Domestic Cookery Based Upon the Principles of Economy and Written in the Plainest Style

To cut out the cramp bone , take hold on the shank with your left hand and cut down to the thigh - bone at d ; then pass the knife under the crampbone , in the direction d , g .-- See engraving Shoulder of Mutton . - Cut to the bone in ...

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Author: S. W. Stavely

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ISBN: BL:A0021974399

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Body Language from Head to Toe

After losing his job, Harry had to have his expenses cut to the bone. The expression means that anything unessential and nonvital has to be cut away so that only the bone remains. [1400s] feel in one's bones: Have an intuition or sense ...

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Author: Per-Olof Hasselgren

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency

ISBN: 9781681812830

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Written by a physician, Body Language – from Head to Toe is a “dictionary” of American idioms and other expressions that contain the name of a body part. The use of body part-related expressions is both interesting and fun. This book contains about 2,000 such idioms, words, and expressions, such as “with the back against the wall,” “brainstorming,” “sweet tooth,” and “tongue in cheek.” Says author Per-Olof Hasselgren, “As a surgeon, I understand the importance of anatomy and the knowledge of organs and tissues. This book reflects my longstanding interest in idioms and other expressions referring to body parts, and it ‘connects’ anatomy with the spoken and written language.” This book was written for three main reasons. First, anatomy matters, particularly in surgery. During the last several years, collecting such expressions became a hobby for the author. Second, as someone moving to this country from another part of the world, Dr. Hasselgren is interested in the peculiarities of the American language. Idioms, slang, and other expressions are specific for any given language and quite often cannot be directly translated. Third, when one starts to be aware of them, written and spoken body language can become quite entertaining.

The Cook s Oracle and Housekeeper s Manual

will find that the muscles separate better than if you cut them with your knife. Slip your knife between the leg and the body, and cut to the bone, then with the fork turn the leg back, and, if the fowl be not a very old one, ...

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Author: William Kitchiner

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783752375381

Category: Fiction

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Reproduction of the original: The Cook's Oracle and Housekeeper's Manual by William Kitchiner