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emaciation

[i‚mā·sē′ā·shən]
(medicine)
A wasted condition of the body; the process of losing flesh so as to become extremely lean.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The intensive feeding programme helps in fattening the emaciated animals for them to gain internationally acceptable weight prior to slaughter.The county has in the 2019/2020 budget allocated S0 million for building a livestock market, disease mapping, improvement of the Isiolo slaughterhouse and drought mitigation.
Naseebullah Kakar has said that over 80 kilograms inferior quality meat of emaciated animals has been destroyed out of the city.
The veterinary doctor said that substandard quality meat had been supplied to the market after slaughtering emaciated animals.
SIX emaciated pigeons were dumped in a box and abandoned by the side of the road.
LAHORE -- The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) got registered a case against butchers and set ablaze 1,500kg inferior quality meat of emaciated animals at the Punjab Agriculture and Meat Company's furnace.
He said unhealthy and hazardous meat was supplied in market after slaughtering sick and emaciated animals in this slaughterhouse.
She added: "The Jack Russell was extremely emaciated and in great pain and distress.
LAHORE -- The Punjab Food Authority on Sunday sealed three slaughter houses and confiscated 3,600 kg meat of emaciated and sick animals.
A WOMAN was banned from keeping horses after starving one of hers and leaving him so emaciated that he had to be put to sleep.
Jessica Coffey, of Weaverham, Northwich, admitted three charges under the Animal Welfare Act after she left two-year-old cob Texas so weak and emaciated he had to be put to sleep.