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  • n. Plural form of trotter.

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Examples

  • Many foreigners shy away from these, but the gelatinous consistency of the trotters is a good contrast with the crispness of the tostada.

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  • The site had been used as a training center for champion harness-racing horses called trotters since the 1940s.

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  • "There is demand for products that are not worth much here such as trotters and ears and we are going to try to get quite a good price for them."

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  • "There is demand for products that are not worth much here, such as trotters and ears, and we are going to try to get quite a good price for them."

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  • has already had 30 "trotters" register for the event.

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  • Backe loves horses and has owned 19 trotters over the years.

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  • Mini gourmands can cut loose on the bouncy castle, though perhaps not right after a plateful of pig's trotters.

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  • Also on the menu is a rich dish of pig's trotters braised with a fine moss called fat choy , which is a new-year symbol for prosperity.

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  • There are plenty of more conventional recipes in Ms. Helou's book to choose from, including a Mexican pig trotters salad, sautéed chicken livers with artichokes and fish-head curry from Singapore.

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  • And yet more tasty trotters in Poilievre's riding!

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