meet vs meat

meet meat

Definitions

  • 1) A meeting or contest, especially an athletic competition.
  • 2) An equal; a companion.
  • 3) In geometry: The straight line common to two planes.
  • 4) The place appointed for such a meeting; the rendezvous.
  • 5) A meeting of huntsmen for fox-hunting or coursing, or of bicyclists for a ride; also, the company so met.
  • 6) A point which is on each of two straights: also called their cross.
  • 7) Fitting; proper.
  • 8) Proper;own.
  • 9) Tocomplywith,fulfil.
  • 10) Tocombine.
  • 11) Equal.
  • 12) Even.
  • 13) To come into the company of.
  • 14) To assemble.
  • 15) To experience or undergo.
  • 16) To be present at the arrival of.
  • 17) To become introduced.
  • 18) To come into conformity with the views, wishes, or opinions of.
  • 19) To come together or confront in opposition.
  • 20) To come together as opponents; contend.
  • 21) To come together.
  • 22) To come to the notice of (the senses).
  • 23) To come into conjunction; be joined.
  • 24) To come into conjunction with; join or touch.
  • 25) To come into the presence of by chance or arrangement.
  • 26) To be sufficient for (a need, for example); fulfill: synonym: satisfy.
  • 27) To pay; settle.
  • 28) To occur together, especially in one person or entity.
  • 29) To deal or contend with effectively.
  • 30) To be introduced to; make the acquaintance of.
  • 31) (meet (someone) halfway) To make a compromise with.
  • 32) (meet (one's) Maker) To die.

Definitions

  • 1) Australian Aboriginal A totem; metonymy for its owner(s).
  • 2) A meathead.
  • 3) The essence, substance, or gist.
  • 4) The edible part, as of a piece of fruit or a nut.
  • 5) Slang Something that one enjoys or excels in; a forte.
  • 6) The human body regarded as an object of sexual desire.
  • 7) Nourishment; food.
  • 8) The edible flesh of animals, especially that of mammals as opposed to that of fish or poultry.
  • 9) The genitals.
  • 10) (Zoöl.) See Flesh fly, under Flesh.
  • 11) The flesh of animals used as food; esp., animal muscle.
  • 12) (Mining) vegetable mold.
  • 13) Food, in general; anything eaten for nourishment, either by man or beast. Hence, the edible part of anything.
  • 14) obsolete Dinner; the chief meal.
  • 15) (Script.) an offering of food, esp. of a cake made of flour with salt and oil.
  • 16) See under Biscuit.
  • 17) [Obs.] to go to a meal.
  • 18) to sit at the table in taking food.
  • 19) the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience
  • 20) the flesh of animals (including fishes and birds and snails) used as food
  • 21) the inner and usually edible part of a seed or grain or nut or fruit stone
  • 22) The flesh of warm-blooded animals ordinarily killed for food; butcher-meat; flesh-meat: as, to abstain from meat but eat fish on Friday: in a narrower sense, the flesh of mammals used for food: as, to prefer meat to fowl or fish; bear-meat; deer-meat.
  • 23) An animal or animals collectively, as used or hunted for food: as, to kill meat for an exploring party. [Local.]
  • 24) Meat which must be well cooked, leaving no trace of bloodiness, as veal.
  • 25) The edible part of something: as, the meat of an egg, of a nut, or of a shell-fish: sometimes with a plural: as, the meats of nuts or of oysters.
  • 26) Food in general; nourishment of any kind.
  • 27) Dinner.
  • 28) Solid food of any kind: as, meat and drink.
  • 29) plural The trade-name for cottonseed from which the remains of fiber (‘lint’) and husk (‘hulls’) have been removed and which is ready for crushing.
  • 30) The taking of food or a meal; the act of eating meat, in the original sense of the word: as. grace before meat.
  • 31) obsolete To supply with food.
  • 32) (meat and potatoes) The fundamental parts or part; the basis.

Examples

  • 1) Not madly splurging it to meet a set target.
  • 2) You meet where people exercise in groups.
  • 3) She was emotional the first time she met me.
  • 4) You meet an ambitious person who is loving and supportive.
  • 5) It can soon become apparent that the individual is having difficulty meeting the expectations set out in the new position.
  • 6) According to those close to him, he is determined to find ways to meet it.
  • 7) A poor cross was met with laughter.
  • 8) The company said that it was on track to meet a full-year underlying profit of 232 million.
  • 9) He says:'The reality is that an increasing number of people have to rely on their families to meet part or all of their care costs.
  • 10) People who meet her all love her.
  • 11) When he finally left teaching he met one in the street.
  • 12) We were together for two years and it only ended when she met another guy.
  • 13) The broker has more trouble finding yachts to meet demand than clients to charter them.
  • 14) The pair met just over two years ago.
  • 15) Today he will meet representatives of the insurance industry.
  • 16) We must wait until we all meet on the track in the summer.
  • 17) We had arranged to meet at the bus stop next to her house.
  • 18) There are qualifications to be met as part of it.
  • 19) Nor is it known how they met or how they found out that they are twins.
  • 20) That is enough to meet global demand for a day and a half.
  • 21) The appointment was met with approval by the clubs and players.
  • 22) The programme has been met with mixed reactions.
  • 23) Managers were so keen to meet performance targets that they failed to check whether inspections were being carried out properly.
  • 24) This was met with incredulity.
  • 25) I last met him by accident in Derbyshire where he had opened his beloved bookshop.
  • 26) It's especially important to know what needs have been met by the illness and to set goals that meet those needs in place of the illness.
  • 27) In 2009, NASA took advantage of these features and began to host "Tweetups" a play on the phrase 'meet up' for dedicated followers of the space program.
  • 28) That's nice, but how about first focusing on actually making sure that what products carry the label meet the specifications at all.
  • 29) In response to complaints, the USDA inspector general's office has widened an investigation of whether products carrying the label meet national standards.
  • 30) Henson said the showing didn't do the team any favors, as far as getting to the title meet is concerned.
  • 31) England, and she kept Susan Talbot and her children in what she called their meet place, in which that good lady thoroughly acquiesced, having her hands much too full of household affairs to run after queens.
  • 32) The Vermont Yankee, Vermont's aging nuclear reactor that sits roughly where the borders of Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts meet, is beset with problems -- including multiple leaks of radioactivity.
  • 33) Â The rebooted Invisible Kid was last seen with his teammates, drifting off into space, unbound from time, but still together … Â Immediately afterwards, we are introduced to a new iteration of the 30th century, and the first character that we meet is young Lyle Norg, whose parents are very unhappy that he seems to share a predilection with many kids his age: hero worship of the “youth group” known as the Legion.
  • 34) One of the questions i always like to ask the free marketeer/libertarians I meet is how far they live from their sewage treatment plant.
  • 35) Of course where the perceived value and actual value meet is a different story entirely.
  • 36) For Jerry had learned partings, and beyond all peradventure this was a parting, though little he dreamed that he would again meet Michael across the years and across the world, in a fabled valley of far California, where they would live out their days in the hearts and arms of the beloved gods.
  • 37) ‘The student had tapped her name and mobile phone number into his phone and arranged to meet him for lunch before she left.’
  • 38) ‘I'd arranged to meet my partner Nick for lunch to get his verdict on the new me.’
  • 39) ‘I arranged to meet Andrew in a pub in Hampstead called the Holly Bush.’
  • 40) ‘I arrange to meet him on the sidewalk outside the hotel in an hour.’
  • 41) ‘I was lucky to get there at all, having arranged to meet Ross at the station and then forgotten to bring the directions.’
  • 42) ‘Robert promptly arranged to meet me at an inner city bar the following night.’
  • 43) ‘If you find it difficult to motivate yourself to take some exercise, he suggests, try arranging to meet a friend.’
  • 44) ‘In an attempt to patch things up after what happened yesterday the friend concerned arranged to meet me again.’
  • 45) ‘In fact the day it opened in Ireland, I'd arranged to meet a friend of mine to see it.’
  • 46) ‘I'd arranged to meet Kevin for the gym again, so stopped off at his on the way round from the station to pick him up.’
  • 47) ‘If I go out in Dublin, I arrange to meet some friends and we get the bus to the city centre.’
  • 48) ‘She's arranged to meet a few people in the Rising Sun for drinks after work.’
  • 49) ‘A couple of days later he slips me a piece of paper, and I arranged to meet her.’
  • 50) ‘He had arranged to meet his sister at eleven o'clock at a small airfield to the east of Barnstaple.’
  • 51) ‘Cameron had arranged to meet us on campus that night, which left us a couple of hours to kill beforehand.’
  • 52) ‘I had arranged to meet Sam, and he would introduce me to the others who I had never met.’
  • 53) ‘James had just finished talking to Dobbo and Ali and had arranged to meet up with them for lunch.’
  • 54) ‘I get on a bus with loose arrangements to meet up with some friends of mine.’
  • 55) ‘He gave Stan a call and they have now arranged to meet up in Scarborough.’
  • 56) ‘Whilst shopping I bumped into Kath cycling through Camden and we arranged to meet up later.’
  • 57) ‘I understand now, that we have to go through several acquaintances before we meet true friends.’
  • 58) ‘He is also an acquaintance of Raj, having met him in mid 2002.’
  • 59) ‘The sky shifted in colors as she thought back to the duration of time about eleven years ago when she met her foster parents.’
  • 60) ‘If she had not already met my mother at parent teacher conferences, I was not going to enlighten her.’
  • 61) ‘When I was four years old and I was living in Demon Central with my parents, I met a girl my age with golden hair and dazzling violet eyes.’
  • 62) ‘Her parents met him on the day she graduated.’
  • 63) ‘He lived and worked in London, and met Patricia during a visit north with a friend, forming a sexual relationship with her.’
  • 64) ‘He was so taken by her when he met her during her visit to Britain.’
  • 65) ‘Her husband Matt spoke about how he met Anne in his early nursing days and subsequently married her.’
  • 66) ‘On one such visit Muriel met her future husband Tom and they both settled in Dungarvan.’
  • 67) ‘He wasn't at all fazed by meeting David and they chatted away quite normally.’
  • 68) ‘Who would think we would meet someone who speaks Low German at a volleyball match in Hong Kong?’
  • 69) ‘I have never met this man, spoken to him or carried out any business dealings with him.’
  • 70) ‘The only thing that she knew about her father was that he was an Italian chef visiting Britain when he met her mother.’
  • 71) ‘Four years ago Evan went into a chat room and met this girl who lives in Toronto, Canada.’
  • 72) ‘He could never get up enough nerve to ask Terri out, and his odd hours interfered with meeting anyone.’
  • 73) ‘While down South he had met his future wife Alison, whose parents were from Doncaster, and the couple were interested in a move back North.’
  • 74) ‘During a spell at the Waiheke Post Office he met Jean, his wife of 45 years.’
  • 75) ‘During my time as press officer I met the Queen, the Queen Mother, Princess Anne and Captain Mark Philips.’
  • 76) ‘However confident you are, meeting your boyfriend or girlfriend's parents for the first time is always awash with tension.’
  • 77) ‘The group met for an assembly dedicated to the celebration, a tour of the school and a 1950s-style school dinner.’
  • 78) ‘The group meets once a month and is particularly keen to hear from residents with an interest in local history, architecture and open spaces.’
  • 79) ‘The group meets once a month to discuss ways of combating city centre crime.’
  • 80) ‘The group will meet at least once a year to assess and review the plan.’
  • 81) ‘The group originally met to practise in the Methodist Church.’
  • 82) ‘A small group met recently to get things moving, and they are now looking for others keen to become members.’
  • 83) ‘For most of its life, the group met in the Parish Hall in School Road.’
  • 84) ‘Despite repeated prompting, the group has not met to discuss future action.’
  • 85) ‘A free non-denominational meditation group meets in Bromley every week.’
  • 86) ‘The group meets on the fourth Monday of every month.’
  • 87) ‘This group meets on a regular basis and they also visit a different farm each month, sharing information and advice.’
  • 88) ‘The Group meets on the second Wednesday of each month, at 2.30 pm in the Lakeside Hotel.’
  • 89) ‘The Group meets on Mondays and Fridays and new members will be very welcome.’
  • 90) ‘The group meets regularly to discuss the crime issues that are affecting the local communities.’
  • 91) ‘The anti-hunt brigade regularly turn out whenever a hunt meets.’
  • 92) ‘Bradford Council's executive meets at City Hall on Tuesday at 2pm.’
  • 93) ‘The council meets annually to discuss matters affecting the entire Lakota nation.’
  • 94) ‘A family council meets at regular intervals to discuss issues surrounding the business.’
  • 95) ‘The executive meets in October to consider the findings.’
  • 96) ‘Before the whole group gets together for the meeting, each division meets separately for about a half hour.’
  • 97) ‘He meets with the President every day, he's meeting with him now.’
  • 98) ‘Later this hour, President Bush meets with emergency officials in Mississippi.’
  • 99) ‘The consultants were very deeply concerned when I was invited to meet with them recently.’
  • 100) ‘Wu meets with constituents every week, listening to their problems.’
  • 101) ‘Most afternoons he meets with businessmen to talk about investment opportunities and various projects.’
  • 102) ‘He works on important policy matters and frequently meets with the Secretary.’
  • 103) ‘At noon she meets with the captain and hotel manager to go over the party lists, then has lunch.’
  • 104) ‘And council bosses will meet with the school in the coming weeks to draw up some initial plans.’
  • 105) ‘Jody meets with the owner of the land of Eatonville.’
  • 106) ‘Also, a similar service was proposed to run to Cheddington Station to meet hotel guests arriving by train.’
  • 107) ‘We drove into the main bazaar, fully expecting some of these functionaries to be waiting to meet us.’
  • 108) ‘When I travel to Crewe to meet the Tommys, an as-yet unsigned all-girl pop-punk quartet, their manager Paul meets me off the train.’
  • 109) ‘When she meets me off the train at Tain, I immediately think: David Bowie.’
  • 110) ‘The Springboks would have an easier route through the competition, probably meeting France in the semis.’
  • 111) ‘Five years ago when these two teams met it was a victory to Cranleigh by 39-10.’
  • 112) ‘The men's second team met Leigh first who were just above them in the league.’
  • 113) ‘Even fewer arrests were made when the teams met two weeks later in the league.’
  • 114) ‘This was the result they could have expected when the two teams met seven weeks ago.’
  • 115) ‘Would it also remove the staleness that can grip a league in which teams can meet each other up to seven times in a season?’
  • 116) ‘When next these teams meet it will be in Dublin in November with the Springboks at the end of their own long, hard road.’
  • 117) ‘In all the time we have been booking courses we have not met this attitude before.’
  • 118) ‘Our children don't need to meet those selfish attitudes behind a steering wheel.’
  • 119) ‘It becomes particularly important when the relationship meets an impasse.’
  • 120) ‘Just as death is the end result of living, we will meet many traumatic experiences in our lives.’
  • 121) ‘Mohammed said it was an unfortunate and sad case, as Alexander met his death in an attempt to defend his sister's honour.’
  • 122) ‘So, in an appropriate case, the inquest's task was to discover by what means and in what circumstances the deceased had met his death.’
  • 123) ‘Ironically, Mr Egan's resting place is overlooked by the field where he met his untimely death in an electrocution.’
  • 124) ‘Yorkshire Catholics mourned the Pope yesterday in the same way he met his own death - serenely, with a brave heart and no fuss.’
  • 125) ‘There is no evidence that he had met a violent death.’
  • 126) ‘He said conflicting medical evidence presented by the prosecution meant the jury could not be sure how the former paratrooper met his death.’
  • 127) ‘Four men met their deaths in a tragic accident as they worked on the West Coast Mainline at Tebay, in the early hours of Sunday morning.’
  • 128) ‘A Scottish sailor met his death when he fell overboard from his yacht off the Mayo coast, an inquest in Ballina was told.’
  • 129) ‘He met his death on the fourth anniversary of his arrival in this country.’
  • 130) ‘He said someone may have seen Mr Turner taking £20 out of a nearby cash machine minutes before he met his death.’
  • 131) ‘That night I returned to the scene where young Darragh met his tragic death.’
  • 132) ‘They hadn't met any problems yet, but they had to be careful with every action they conducted.’
  • 133) ‘Very, very few companies have long and uninterrupted growth records, and even those companies eventually meet problems.’
  • 134) ‘But perhaps just as telling was the widespread cynicism the scandal was met with.’
  • 135) ‘Gillespie's comments were met with mixed reactions at the Scottish Open, finishing today at Loch Lomond.’
  • 136) ‘But the findings were met with a mixed reaction from lunchtime drinkers in the pavement bars and cafes of Manchester yesterday.’
  • 137) ‘The office, one of the most militant in London, met the announcement with a spontaneous one-day walkout.’
  • 138) ‘They were met with a lukewarm reaction.’
  • 139) ‘Upon completion, however, the film was met with mixed reaction partly due to its extreme length and somewhat ponderous nature.’
  • 140) ‘If they try to raise above a certain level, they are met with very strong resistance.’
  • 141) ‘But on both occasions the bans were met with extremely successful defiance.’
  • 142) ‘It was met with almost total indifference.’
  • 143) ‘The public often met their claims with a heavy dose of skepticism.’
  • 144) ‘These developments have met with a mixed reaction in the respective countries.’
  • 145) ‘Plans to move a drug addiction clinic near a city centre shopping area have met with a mixed reaction.’
  • 146) ‘The recent rise in the number of debt collection agencies has met with a mixed reaction.’
  • 147) ‘Neither suggestion met with approval so I repaired to the kitchen to make coffee.’
  • 148) ‘It was a move that met with almost unanimous approval from fellow European Tour players.’
  • 149) ‘The idea met with approval from religious as well as tourist and cultural groups.’
  • 150) ‘The prospect of improved transport links met with the approval of local residents.’
  • 151) ‘To my delight, the sweater meets with approval!’
  • 152) ‘You will hold off until everything meets with your approval.’
  • 153) ‘Even where new routes were added, they often failed to meet with approval.’
  • 154) ‘She reached up, and his lips met hers, softly, like the petals of a rose, their touch was warm like a fire.’
  • 155) ‘Turning to see what he wanted she was surprised when his lips met hers.’
  • 156) ‘Then, with agonizing slowness, his head bent to hers and his lips met hers passionately.’
  • 157) ‘Her eyes widened as his lips met hers and he put his arms around her cold back.’
  • 158) ‘Leaning forwards his lips met hers and he gently pushed her back onto the bed.’
  • 159) ‘His eyes met hers and for a moment, she thought she saw someone in them.’
  • 160) ‘Her lips met his and she revelled in the heat of their embrace.’
  • 161) ‘I felt her lift my chin and when my eyes met hers, my breathing steadied and I became somewhat quiet.’
  • 162) ‘She leaned into him and Jack met her eager lips with a long, lingering kiss.’
  • 163) ‘Mark looked her up and down, and couldn't disguise his approving look when his eyes met hers again.’
  • 164) ‘She didn't even flinch when Rebecca's hard gaze met hers, but simply smiled instead.’
  • 165) ‘My eyes met hers and I smiled gently, and she smiled back, showing two missing front teeth.’
  • 166) ‘William's mouth met hers, so warm, so gentle, and he kissed her with a sensual slowness.’
  • 167) ‘His puckered lips met my bare shoulder, causing my body to become significantly more awake.’
  • 168) ‘Matt stepped forward and seconds later, our lips met one another in silent appreciation.’
  • 169) ‘And as his lips met mine again, I knew that I had truly found the love that I was searching for.’
  • 170) ‘When he turned around and glanced at Constance, his eyes met hers as she turned around at the same time.’
  • 171) ‘He reached out for her chin and lifted it until their eyes met.’
  • 172) ‘Their eyes met briefly until Sam cleared her throat and turned away.’
  • 173) ‘He sat there watching her, waiting for her to awaken once again, prepared to stay as long as it took until their eyes met again.’
  • 174) ‘If something doesn't meet your needs and requirements then there will be another tradition around the next corner.’
  • 175) ‘Anaemia is a condition in which the blood cannot carry enough oxygen to meet the body's needs.’
  • 176) ‘St David's Cathedral already meets the requirements of health and safety regulations but many other churches don't.’
  • 177) ‘What is needed is a more flexible health insurance system to meet the needs of the modern world.’
  • 178) ‘Start by figuring out the mix of stocks, bonds and cash that will be required to meet your needs.’
  • 179) ‘Understanding what patients are looking for on line may help us meet their need for health information.’
  • 180) ‘First, there are not enough mental health services to meet the needs of patients.’
  • 181) ‘Doctors at the surgery believe it is the only way to meet the needs of a modern health service.’
  • 182) ‘In this case, I am satisfied that the litigation plan meets the basic requirements.’
  • 183) ‘This is a situation in which flexibility is required in order to meet the needs of the child.’
  • 184) ‘Mr Sharp later worked on heating systems in construction projects, also ensuring health and safety conditions were met.’
  • 185) ‘Bradford needs a smaller concert hall, with safe parking to meet the requirements of the city.’
  • 186) ‘When both of these conditions are met, the method of assessment is performance-based.’
  • 187) ‘At the time this computer was selected, it met the requirements adequately to perform its intended function.’
  • 188) ‘He would insist that various conditions were met before he would play.’
  • 189) ‘Many have also revealed that their medical requirements are not met fully.’
  • 190) ‘Those results were essential to ensure that the proposal met students' needs.’
  • 191) ‘All children are included and staff ensure individual needs are met.’
  • 192) ‘Even if conditions are met, there is no guarantee that a permit will be given.’
  • 193) ‘Its operating cash flow would not be enough to meet its liquidity needs for the rest of the year, it warned.’
  • 194) ‘Port charges were generally revised upward to meet debt obligations.’
  • 195) ‘The spokesperson said it could not afford to meet the claim as FLS was still losing money in Ireland.’
  • 196) ‘This is to ensure that there is sufficient money to meet its obligations.’
  • 197) ‘The insurance is merely there to enable the companies to meet these claims.’
  • 198) ‘Even accounting for the slide in the stock market, Friends is in a position to meet its obligations.’
  • 199) ‘All the assets of the fund are available to meet claims of all members, no matter to which category they belong.’
  • 200) ‘Although the parties lived an extravagant lifestyle, their debt obligations were met.’
  • 201) ‘He can adequately budget for himself on the net disposable income available to him after he meets his family obligations.’
  • 202) ‘Iberia bosses said meeting the pay claim would plunge the company into an operating loss.’
  • 203) ‘We finally certify that Mr D. Paparounis has been prompt in meeting its obligations.’
  • 204) ‘Funds in the coffers are simply not enough to meet long-term obligations.’
  • 205) ‘The Company does not currently have sufficient facilities available to it to meet these obligations.’
  • 206) ‘All too often women use their own sick leave entitlement to meet family obligations.’
  • 207) ‘It could not meet its obligations to Hepcoe and continued to operate at a loss.’
  • 208) ‘Before going I contacted PPP, which assured me there would be no problem meeting a claim.’
  • 209) ‘These groups however are discredited by the outrageous actions they take to disrupt hunt meets.’
  • 210) ‘The meets for the foxhounds in the areas that I hunt are pretty near to where the horses are kept.’
  • 211) ‘Last Friday was one of the biggest Boxing Day meets of the Tedworth Hunt for years and it attracted a larger than usual number of anti-hunt protestors.’
  • 212) ‘Seven or eight years ago the bloodsports fraternity were claiming in newspaper advertisements that one million people attended Boxing Day hunt meets.’
  • 213) ‘Record numbers of supporters heard defiant messages at Boxing Day hunt meets in the Vale, Cotswolds and Warwickshire.’
  • 214) ‘I was born and brought up in the country, where people would talk of hunt meets and hunt balls.’
  • 215) ‘Pretending that catching foxes was the reason for holding meets of the hunt was never particularly true.’
  • 216) ‘After the meet hounds returned to their kennels but hunt supporters stayed for a drink at the village pub.’
  • 217) ‘During the years of his marriage they would see each other publicly only at hunt meets, and the only press photograph taken of them together for many years was of them hunting.’
  • 218) ‘The protesters had challenged Mr Ainger to join them at a hunt meet - an invitation he declined.’
  • 219) ‘He enjoyed the hunt scene, and covered local meets for the Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard and Horse and Hound magazine.’
  • 220) ‘Police called in reinforcements after the hunt began to track saboteurs but said the meet was largely peaceful.’
  • 221) ‘The meet and the hunt provided a dash of colour in the lives of all during the otherwise drab British winter.’
  • 222) ‘The Cresselly Arms at Cresswell Quay will be the scene of South Pembrokeshire Hunt's last meet.’
  • 223) ‘Tears flowed at end of the Tedworth Hunt's last traditional meet on Thursday at Tidcombe House.’
  • 224) ‘There is certainly organised coursing at a number of meets and the number of these clubs is in some ways difficult to define.’
  • 225) ‘Huntsmen admitted the meet was purely symbolic, as the weather had made any actual hunting impossible.’
  • 226) ‘Supporters turned out in force at the first meets conducted under the shadow of the hunt ban.’
  • 227) ‘Up at dawn he had selected the hounds and prepared the truck to take them to the meet.’
  • 228) ‘Anti-foxhunting protesters are continuing to demonstrate at hunting meets in mid Essex despite a Government decision to ban the blood sport.’
  • 229) ‘The second begins when Del Mar and Saratoga open their gates in July to conduct the last two great race meets in the United States.’
  • 230) ‘There's the Shrum Bowl, basketball and volleyball tournaments and swim meets, to name just a few.’
  • 231) ‘Worrell feels it's important for youngsters to take advantage of locally organized swim meets.’
  • 232) ‘He tired a bit at the end, not surprising since it was his ninth race in the fourth day of the Olympic meet.’
  • 233) ‘Each competitor swam in six events during three selected meets throughout the fall season.’
  • 234) ‘Regardless of the level, dual meets are exciting and championship meets bring major breakthroughs.’
  • 235) ‘He won, and within three years he was winning swim meets and triathlons too - anything that tested his mettle.’
  • 236) ‘Horses are stabled at the North Dakota State University equine science barn during race meets.’
  • 237) ‘High school teams have it a bit easier, due to the smaller number of events in their meets.’
  • 238) ‘It was usually the last event of the meet, and by most accounts of the time, the most popular.’
  • 239) ‘The big guns hit the pool in Athens again on Sunday night, in what could be the event of the meet.’
  • 240) ‘That had been the case in the large school race at the district meet earlier in the day.’
  • 241) ‘However, the best event of the meet was reserved for three in the morning.’
  • 242) ‘The pair also helped out on race meets, regularly making up to 20 flasks of coffee for the competitors and spectators.’
  • 243) ‘A royal Ascot action plan to combat a traffic nightmare in York during the race meet in June was being unveiled today.’
  • 244) ‘In addition, an explanation of the events and how meets are run is useful.’
  • 245) ‘What tipped the scale in Thorpe's favor were his sterling performances in major international meets.’
  • 246) ‘These trials are being held in preparation for international meets.’
  • 247) ‘The meets begin with an inspection, by drivers and onlookers, under the hoods of the cars.’
  • 248) ‘Even if you've never been to a coursing meet, take yourself along to Patrickswell.’

Examples

  • 1) Stir the rice into the vegetables then add the brown crab meat.
  • 2) They recommend eating more red meat and fish.
  • 3) meat from culled animals can be distributed to locals.
  • 4) This will improve the tenderness of the cooked meat.
  • 5) Stir in white crab meat and prawns.
  • 6) meat and fish should be in between.
  • 7) Cooking red meats at high heats produces carcinogenic chemicals linked to the disease.
  • 8) Perfect for cold meats, turkey and all the trimmings.
  • 9) She said native breeds had a different configuration of natural fat, meaning the meat was less likely to be dry, and they were longer in the leg.
  • 10) Her husband was thrilled to eat meat again.
  • 11) Four men working for this company were found guilty of diverting unfit meat into the food chain.
  • 12) Swedish cuisine revolves mainly around meat and fish dishes.
  • 13) This was meat and drink for the former soldier.
  • 14) There is more than a kilo of meat in each crab.
  • 15) We saw staff mixing cooked meat and chicken with raw food.
  • 16) Usually they came from cold meats or some other department and had no background in fish.
  • 17) This means the meat is farm assured and responsibly produced.
  • 18) Opt for lean grilled or baked meats and fish for the main courses.
  • 19) Stir in the white crab meat and parsley.
  • 20) In the kitchen were six pieces of cooked human meat on a chopping board.
  • 21) They would not change clubs because the meat pies are expensive any more than they would change families.
  • 22) That'll give her a chance to get her meat dress out again.
  • 23) On the other hand, this is all meat and drink to her fans.
  • 24) Note that most of the cultures of the world attach special value to the consumption of meat or other animal products rich in fat and protein.
  • 25) Cats are true carnivores….dogs are more omnivores, but do best on a heavy meat diet…..meat and fat….veggies only if they want/like them.
  • 26) "Yes," agreed Peaches enthusiastically, twisting away her head, "and I like the milk and the meat -- gee, I like the _meat_, only Mickey wouldn't give me but a tiny speck 'til he asked the Sunshine Nurse Lady."
  • 27) Dried and salt meat and fish replenish what an Irish cook once described to me as "the _meat corner_ of the stomach."
  • 28) You'll wanna spoon the goopy sauce over rice, it is crack-sauce; extra-crispy batter, tender chicken chunks *ask for white meat if you don't like thigh meat* -- and for delivery, they do make an effort to keep the chicken crispy by popping open the corner of the container.
  • 29) For many consumers, the term "meat substitute" conjures up a prison-issued protein loaf or elastic chicken.
  • 30) By the word meat we mean the body tissues of animals that can be eaten as food, anything from frog legs to calf brains.
  • 31) And dolphin meat is a health hazard because of its very high levels of mercury, which exceed even the Japanese government's own health limits.
  • 32) Activists countered that the killings are barbaric – and that dolphin meat is laced with dangerous toxins.
  • 33) ‘The principal meats were pork, beef, mutton, and sometimes freshwater fish taken from the river.’
  • 34) ‘The highly processed food and low-quality meats affect the health, both physical and mental, of everyone here.’
  • 35) ‘He could smell the meats and the foods cooking on the hot plates above him, and he felt his stomach growl.’
  • 36) ‘Sarah sauntered over to pick up the dish of cold meats and ate in silence.’
  • 37) ‘Fatty cuts of meat and processed meats are among meats high in saturated fat.’
  • 38) ‘They even took a good portion of the fancier meats like mutton, quail, and deer.’
  • 39) ‘His group wanted to find out why some meats become more tender while others stay too tough.’
  • 40) ‘A self-service salad bar is packed with a variety of fresh, organic foods, salads, fish, meats, sauces and dips.’
  • 41) ‘The table was covered with meats from many different kinds of animals, all smoked and juicy.’
  • 42) ‘Cleaning, cutting and grinding meats and vegetables can take an entire morning, just for preparing the ingredients for a simple meal.’
  • 43) ‘Beef's share of total meats consumed recovered in 1997 and was stable in 1998.’
  • 44) ‘Preparing bison meat is comparable to preparing other lean meats.’
  • 45) ‘The meats consisted of soft shelled crab covered in spices, tender roast beef and chicken.’
  • 46) ‘You don't have to be a master chef in order to cook meats properly.’
  • 47) ‘A giant wooden table was there, filled with bountiful fruits and meat.’
  • 48) ‘When she investigated, she discovered a leather pouch half filled with dried meat and fruit.’
  • 49) ‘An hour or two later she pulled out some dried fruit and smoked meat for lunch.’
  • 50) ‘But they did encourage imports of meat, fruit, vegetables, and wine.’
  • 51) ‘They also spend more on staples such as meat, fruit, cereals and bakery products than the average American household.’
  • 52) ‘They had bread, fruits, meat, butter, water, milk and even some cake.’
  • 53) ‘His body had practically no meat on his bones, but he walked with enough spring in his step for a youth.’
  • 54) ‘Maeve was thankful though that he had some meat on his body even though it was little and he always looked deathly sick.’
  • 55) ‘Where once his frame seemed to safeguard her, she now felt that she had more meat on her body than he did.’
  • 56) ‘I like women with some meat on their bones.’
  • 57) ‘There was no meat in his flesh: it might as well be bones.’
  • 58) ‘Women who are underweight are much more likely than women with more meat on their bones to say that they prefer shopping with their friends, the survey finds.’
  • 59) ‘These were substantial women with meat on their bones.’
  • 60) ‘You really need to get some meat on your bones, you know.’
  • 61) ‘Raula had meat on her bones, so she was not knocked down.’
  • 62) ‘But they have to be real people, with names, and meat on their bones.’
  • 63) ‘Not only was she getting some meat on her bones from Dominick's hearty cooking, but she was also learning about the area.’
  • 64) ‘Considering how important Madsen is to the story, I'd have liked to see more meat on her bones.’
  • 65) ‘He knew of the boy's poor eating habits and was obviously trying to help get some meat on his bones in a backhanded way.’
  • 66) ‘She had been here a month and almost nothing had changed except that she had more meat clinging to her bones.’
  • 67) ‘She was slender but she had meat on her bones, unlike some of the supermodels he had seen.’
  • 68) ‘I never had much meat on my behind, my body was born to move.’
  • 69) ‘His arms and legs look like there's no meat left on them, just muscle and bone.’
  • 70) ‘The little boy, who was no more than twelve or so years old, was a scarecrow-like kid with more meat in his fingernails than his bones.’
  • 71) ‘He is very thin and Matka says the meat on his bones is all muscle.’
  • 72) ‘Throughout the course of his life, there had never been more meat than was necessary on Cyprus' bones.’
  • 73) ‘Disc Two is where the meat of the supplements is featured.’
  • 74) ‘They are dialogue-heavy, but they are laying the groundwork for the real meat of the film.’
  • 75) ‘The morning had been a dull one, not good for fine work, so we sat or stood with our spindles until we took our meat at noon.’
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