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- n. The legs, thighs and wings of poultry.
- n. A black person, regarded as a sex partner.
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- n. the flesh of the legs of fowl used as food
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"The only dark meat in the king's larder, " some of the warriors joked.
But the striking thing is that lean ground beef is a better choice than regular ground turkey, which may include some dark meat and skin, which amps up its calorie and fat content.
There were more snapping noises and the horse lifted its neck to watch with mad, white eyes as the earth closed around its four stumps of legs, shredding the ligament and muscle from bone as easily as someone stripping strands of dark meat from a drumstick.
Chicken breasts are the lowest-calorie part of the chicken to eat, with dark meat and wings at the opposite end of the scale.