porge

porge

(pɔːdʒ)
vb (tr)
(Judaism) Judaism to cleanse a slaughtered animal ceremonially in accordance with religious laws
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It has already been recognised by Porge Research as one of the fastest growing professional services companies in the UK.
PORGE 1) A fish related to the sea bream; 2) In Jewish ritual, the ceremonial cleansing of a slaughtered animal; 3) The waste matter produced during the tanning of leather.
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The Waterbury, Conn., chapter's 1946 cookbook's "Rules for Kashering" section discusses the removal of hooves and claws, the positioning of the salting board, and how to remove veins from milt (spleen), and porge the hindquarterscutting away the forbidden caul, veins, and sinew.
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La Porge is the name of the place at La Jenny Domaine Naturist Resort among the pine forests near the Atlantic Ocean.
la natura in ogni cosa ha insito quello occulto seme, che porge una certa forza e proprieta del suo principio a tutto quello che da esso deriva, ed a se lo fa simile...