from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of casing.
- n. Dried cattle dung used as fuel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Dried dung of cattle used as fuel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Dried cow-dung, used for fuel. Also called cow-blakes.
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Remove the casings from the sausage — I used kitchen shears to slice one side of the casing open and peel it off.
They are not in casings, as are typical sausages, and their ingredient list mirrors that of meatballs.
Where the casings are the allegories, parables, and other methods employed by the Lawgiver (in the Bible and in other forms of religious guidance), the implication is that that many of the ideas of the Bible and of religion more generally (as, for example, anthropomorphic descriptions of God as sitting, standing, talking, willing, etc.) are not actually true.
Mayor Richard M. Daley The middle of the officer's block was riddled with shell casings, which is about a half-block from Tanner Elementary School on 73 rd Street and Evans Avenue.
Obviously, the investigators are there, looking for any kind of casings, any sort of physical evidence that may show commonalities between this shooting and the others.
Martin, who run the course, are lovely - keeping us delightfully fed and watered the whole time we were mincing meat then squishing it into "casings".
I've attached a photo of several egg "casings" I found in my bedroom.
The subject matter ranges from casings to buns to condiments.
Many of the facilities provided materials used in the batteries and casings for foreign IT firms.
Doug, some other prisoners and their guard dived for cover under the train as bullets and hot bullet casings fell around them.