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Request for definition of "abattoir"

Repo Man

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A commercial establishment where animals are transported for killing and butchering
 

mendelman

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Hijack

Don't tempt me!

I will quote Monty Python, if provoked.

:-D
 

nerudite

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A commercial establishment where animals are butchered and dressed for food or market?

Some zoning regs have one word for the definition: "slaughterhouse".
 

Chet

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mendelman said:
Don't tempt me! I will quote Monty Python, if provoked.
Albatross? Who said anything about an ALBATROSS!!
 

Plannerbabs

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"And the residents are carried by the moving sidewalk to soothing music, towards the whirling knives...."

prob. not an exact quote, but best I could do 1st thing in the morning
 

boiker

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[obscure simpsons reference]

Dr. Marvin Monroe: "A, abattoir: slaughterhouse; The cow was killed in the abattoir."

Homer: "Lamentably no, my gastronomic rapacity knows no satiety."

[/obscure simpsons reference]

to echo the others: slaughterhouse.
 
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