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- adj. Without pork.
The allowance of meat is about one and a half pounds of meat a month, including all kinds, not as it was in the United States, for there, apart from the meatless days, they could have veal, pork or chicken; they had a porkless day, but they could have beef, veal or chicken.
In the end I was forced to overlook this drawback and, finding a sort of natural bathtub among the blazing rocks, fell upon what after all proved to be a porkless feast.
The result was that Americans were soon observing wheatless, meatless, and porkless days with great patriotic fervor.
Instantly, I got the moral point of trying to produce a porkless sausage.
We were promised porkless fiscal responsibility; we've received the biggest spending scheme in American history filled with earmarks and political paybacks.
They need to insist on a porkless bill in the very least.
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