slaughterman


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slaughterman

(ˈslɔːtəˌmæn)
n, pl -men
(Agriculture) a person employed to kill animals in a slaughterhouse
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slaughterman

[ˈslɔːtəmən] N (slaughtermen (pl)) → jifero m, matarife m
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Daniel Raftery, a grade A slaughterman at Randall Parker Foods, Dolwen, Llanidloes, held off the challenge from retail butchers Craig Holly, Abergavenny, and Dewi Davies, Narberth.
The buffalo was later shot dead by a licensed slaughterman in Seighford, Staffs.
Police called in a licensed slaughterman to kill the animal after it was reported to be roaming free near a primary school in Seighford, near Stafford, at about 1.
Dafydd Raw-Rees, 64, owner of Farmbox Meats, near Aberystwyth, an unnamed 42-year-old man also in Wales, and slaughterman Peter Boddy, 63, from Todmorden, West Yorkshire, were all held last week.
Glaswegian slaughterman Mark claims he suffered seven years of racial abuse which forced him to quit the abattoir.
Ajmal, who as working as a slaughterman at Sher Foods, Caernarfon said he'd paid pounds 5,000 in a pub for the documents previously.
A neighbour described the killing as "clinical, deliberate, and like an execution" and said McFarlane, who worked as a slaughterman at the Denham estate, also knocked the teenager to the ground with the weapon.
A SLAUGHTERMAN obsessed with a mother-of-three executed her with a bolt gun just hours after she called police to say he was stalking her, a court heard yesterday.
A FORMER slaughterman suffering from a life-threatening heart illness had pounds 157,000 in "dirty" cash in his attic.
We have always prided ourselves that our bloodstock sales are open to scrutiny and that is why our minimum bid price has been fixed at pounds 300, enabling, we hope, prospective purchasers to be able to take racehorses into other disciplines instead of them going to the slaughterman.
After leaving school, Mr Rees took a job as a slaughterman and later worked as a taxi driver after moving west to Milford Haven.
An episode of Ramsay's programme The F Word provoked a similar response when it featured a slaughterman killing six turkeys the chef had reared in his garden.