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  • When the butcher's ax fell into the steer's chest cavity, blood splattered across my shirt.

    Richard C. Morais: Literary Market Making

  • When the butcher's ax fell into the steer's chest cavity, blood splattered across my shirt.

    Richard C. Morais: Literary Market Making

  • In January the average price of a boneless sirloin steak was about $4.64 a pound, down nearly 11% from the same month last year, according to data from FreshLook Marketing LLC of Hoffman Estates, Ill. The industry is also redoubling its efforts to sell more cuts of meat from a wider variety of the steer's muscles.

    Beef Industry Fights for Room at the Table

  • So, did anyone else see a steer's head in the first cake? it took me a minute to see it, ahem..properly. and then I couldn't believe that's what i was seeing and it took me a minute more to really believe my eyes.

    How to Liven Up Mother's Day

  • The steer's caregivers and other close friends from the farm held vigil by his side, comforting him and feeding him apples, which he relished with as much enthusiasm as he was able to muster.

    Downer Calf Who Was Founding Resident Mourned by Welfare Group

  • The exterior leather is 0.075 inch thick and cut from a durable two-foot stretch along the steer's backbone, the heart of the hide.

    My Fair Leather Friend

  • Darker than a black steer's tookus on a moonlight prairie night.

    Beaten-up Regional Banks Are No Bargain

  • It features a rustic décor, with a steer's head hanging above the kitchen door and an antler chandelier in the dining room.

    Love's Dove

  • For a final touch, Pickett sunk his teeth into the steer's upper lip or nose and let go with his hands.

    Old Bill Pickett

  • It was basically a huge piece of butcher block, carved out with an indentation for the pig's or steer's chest.

    A Maiden's Grave

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