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It also means less demand for animal products at a time when prices are high, animal welfare is ignored, and Congress is investigating coronavirus outbreaks at slaughterhouses.
IMPOSSIBLE FOODS’ PLANT-BASED MEAT JUST GOT CLOSER TO THE PRICE OF REGULAR MEATKELSEY PIPERFEBRUARY 2, 2021VOX
The building closed in 1933 for improvements, according to the application, before sustaining damage in a fire and permanently closing as Congress sought to eliminate slaughterhouses in the District.
PROPOSED HISTORIC DESIGNATION FOR ‘FORGOTTEN’ D.C. SLAUGHTERHOUSE MAY BLOCK NEW HALFWAY HOUSEJUSTIN WM. MOYERDECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST
This must be done before leaving the slaughterhouse, otherwise the serum will be stained with hæmoglobin.
THE ELEMENTS OF BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUEJOHN WILLIAM HENRY EYRE
The streets in this vicinity were literally a slaughterhouse.
THE INVASIONWILLIAM LE QUEUX
The road runs between the vast slaughterhouse, the cattle market and the huts used as an army storehouse.
VERDUN ARGONNE-METZ 1914-1918ANONYMOUS
Delicately nurtured girls could be seen working at the slaughterhouse among the entrails and offal for twelve hours on end.
THE BIRTH OF YUGOSLAVIA, VOLUME 1HENRY BAERLEIN
Jack, holding his nose, for the stench of the slaughterhouse was terrible, advanced to see what it was.
THE HARLEQUIN OPAL, VOL. 2 (OF 3)FERGUS HUME
This battery had now become more like a slaughterhouse than anything else.
A SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE OR A VOICE FROM THE RANKS: SHOWING THE COST OF WAR IN BLOOD AND TREASURETIMOTHY GOWING
The whole palace, in fact, appeared to be little better than a cemetery and a slaughterhouse in one.
BY SHEER PLUCKG. A. HENTY
He had the unhappy, panic-stricken eyes of an over-driven bullock that scents the slaughterhouse.
THE KINGDOM ROUND THE CORNERCONINGSBY DAWSON

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