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  • n. chop cut from a lamb

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  • The term lamb is a name for the animal or meat of a domestic sheep. The meat of a sheep a year old or younger is generally known as lamb.

    Lamb chops are cut from the rib, loin, and shoulder areas. The rib chops include a rib bone; the loin chops include only a chine bone. Shoulder chops are usually considered inferior to loin chops.

    _Wikipedia

    February 2, 2008

  • Lamb Chop is a fictional character, more precisely a fictional sheep, who is a sock puppet created by comedian and ventriloquist Shari Lewis. In 1957, Lamb Chop, a ewe, first appeared with Lewis on Hi Mom, a local morning show that aired on WNBC in New York.

    Lamb Chop has been described as a "6-year-old girl, very intuitive and very feisty, a combination of obstinacy and vulnerability...you know how they say fools rush in where wise men fear to go? Well, Lamb Chop would rush in, then scream for help."

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    A friend of Charlie Horse. (See Charley Horse)

    February 2, 2008