from The Century Dictionary.
- A slice from the ribs of a pig.
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He was still sucking on a pork-chop bone in his high chair.
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He was a thin man with a red turtleneck, pork-chop sideburns, and thick dark hair that made his head look like a blossomed cranberry bush.
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His hair was thick and gray; he was clean-shaven but for luxuriant, gray pork-chop side whiskers.
The candidate walked to the front of the pork-chop line as well.
Oh yes, I did eat a pork-chop on a stick and I saw the butter cow.
He called for another pork-chop and potatoes, then for pickled salmon; then he thought he would try a devilled turkey-wing.
She lifted the cover: there was such a pork-chop as Simpson never served, with a dish of mashed potatoes that would have formed at least six portions in our degenerate days in Rupert Street.
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