Carcass

  • 1 Carcass — Жанры goregrind (1985 1990) deathgrind, death metal, brutal death metal(1991 1992) melodic death metal, death n roll (1993 1996, с 2008) Годы 1985 1996, с 2008 …

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  • 2 Carcass — Pays d’origine Angleterre Genre musical Goregrind (tôt) Death metal (mi) Death mélodique (plus tard) Années d activité 1985 à 1996, 2007 Labels Earache Records Site officiel …

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  • 3 Carcass — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Carcass Carcass en Bogotá, Colombia, Noviembre 1 de 2008 Información personal …

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  • 4 Carcass — may refer to: * Carcase the body of slaughtered animal after the removal of the offal etc. [Delbridge, Arthur, The Macquarie Dictionary, 2nd ed., Macquarie Library, North Ryde, 1991] *Carcass A term for a dead body, typically that of an animal.… …

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  • 5 Carcass — Car cass (k[aum]r kas), n.; pl. {Carcasses}. [Written also {carcase}.] [F. carcasse, fr. It. carcassa, fr. L. caro flesh + capsa chest, box, case. Cf. {Carnal}, {Case} a sheath.] 1. A dead body, whether of man or beast; a corpse; now commonly the …

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  • 6 Carcass — Carcass …

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  • 7 carcass — late 13c., from Anglo Norm. carcois, perhaps influenced by O.Fr. charcois (Mod.Fr. carcasse) trunk of a body, chest, carcass, and Anglo L. carcosium dead body, all of uncertain origin. Not used of humans after c.1750, except contemptuously. It.… …

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  • 8 carcass — index body (person), cadaver, corpse Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 9 Carcass — es un grupo de Death Metal, procedentes de Liverpool, Inglaterra …

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  • 10 carcass — corpse, cadaver, *body …

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  • 11 carcass — the dead body of an animal, is the preferred form (rather than carcase) and has the plural form carcasses …

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  • 12 carcass — / carcase [n] dead body; framework, base structure body, cadaver, corpse, framework, hulk, mort*, remains, shell, skeleton, stiff*; concepts 390,434 …

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  • 13 carcass — (Brit. also carcase) ► NOUN 1) the dead body of an animal, especially one prepared for cutting up as meat. 2) the remains of a cooked bird after all the edible parts have been removed. 3) the structural framework of a building, ship, or piece of… …

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  • 14 carcass — [kär′kəskär′kəs] n. [ME carcais < OFr carcois < ?: sp. < Fr carcasse] 1. the dead body of an animal, often specif. of a slaughtered animal dressed as meat 2. the human body, living or dead: scornful or humorous usage 3. the worthless… …

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  • 15 carcass — [[t]kɑ͟ː(r)kəs[/t]] carcasses (in BRIT, also use carcase) 1) N COUNT A carcass is the body of a dead animal. A cluster of vultures crouched on the carcass of a dead buffalo... Prepare the chicken stock using the carcases, the diced vegetables and …

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  • 16 carcass — noun Etymology: Middle English carcays, from Anglo French carcas, carkeis Date: 14th century 1. a dead body ; corpse; especially the dressed body of a meat animal 2. the living, material, or physical body < I hauled my carcass …

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  • 17 Carcass — This is a surname of uncertain origin. In our opinion it is most probably French, and a derivation of the Langedoc surname Carcasse , meaning a person from the town of Carcasson. The fact that Carcasse is or rather was, specifically from Langedoc …

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  • 18 carcass — [14] English first acquired this word from Anglo Norman carcois, and early forms were carcays and carcoys. Spellings similar to modern English carcass begin to emerge in the 16th century, and may be due to reborrowing from French carcasse, to… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 19 carcass — UK [ˈkɑː(r)kəs] / US [ˈkɑrkəs] noun [countable] Word forms carcass : singular carcass plural carcasses 1) the body of a dead animal 2) the outside part of a vehicle, building, or other object that is left when the rest of it has been destroyed …

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  • 20 carcass — [“karkas] n. one’s body; a large or heavy body. □ He hauled his carcass out of the car and lumbered into the bank. □ Put your carcass on a chair, and let’s chew the fat …

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