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freezing works

n
(Agriculture) Austral and NZ a slaughterhouse at which animal carcasses are frozen for export. See also chamber10
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She also had an education, learning (too late as it were) that 'freezing works' was a New Zealand euphemism for slaughterhouse.
The farm shack, with Curnow's dog dragging his chain and the evacuated land stripped of native bush (and people); the suburban bungalow with the manicured front lawn; the Scarfie flat; the beach, the bach, the gravel pit; abandoned freezing works and rotting meat; the roadside crosses looming in the headlights; and the child: the sacrificial child, the mute child, the beaten child, the good boy, the GOD boy.
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Oamaru's largest employer, the Pukeuri freezing works, has an arrangement with the Immigration Service to bring in Tongan workers to fill job vacancies.
"I worked in the freezing works," he says mysteriously (it's a New Zealand term for a meat-packing plant, where the country's famous lamb is frozen for export).
Cooling water to freezing works just the same, the temperature holding at 32[degrees]F until freezing is complete.
SMOOTH IT: Fat freezing works well on cellulite and shows smoother skin after just one treatment
As the under-belly or brisket of a sheep or lamb carcass, flaps processed at freezing works in New Zealand, are packed into cartons and frozen ready for sale, mainly for export.
CAS freezing works on the simple principle that water molecules cannot cluster and form cell-wall-damaging ice crystals if they are in motion during the freezing process.
Te Ropu Rangahau Hauora A Eru Pomare of the Wellington School of Medicine present their study of the Tomoana Resource Centre, an intervention developed by the community to deal with the crisis that was precipitated by the closing of the local freezing works. Noel Watts and Andrew Trlin report on the findings of two studies that examine the employment and deployment, by New Zealand companies and government organisations, of immigrants from countries where English is not the main language.
Freezing works well if you want tomatoes for soups and stews.