rump


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rump

1. the hindquarters of a mammal, not including the legs
2. the rear part of a bird's back, nearest to the tail
3. a person's buttocks
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At this moment Monk is affecting devotion to the Rump Parliament; of this devotion, observe, I am not the dupe.
There was a group of sober little donkeys with naked, dusky children clambering about them, or sitting astride their rumps, or pulling their tails.
It seems as though Nature made a trifling mistake, and stuck the stern ornaments of a lot of prize bull-dogs on to the rumps of the oxen.
Season the rump steaks with freshly ground black pepper.
Adam chose a 4oz rump and Cajun chicken combo (pounds 5.50).
Roast the rumps of lamb flesh-side down for 8 minutes, then turn over and cook for a further 10-15 minutes.
Among the body conformation traits stature body depth rump angle and rump width are relatively more important and should be given consideration.
Add the rump, thyme and rosemary to the pan, stir and add the wine gradually to the pan stirring all the time.
Angularity rump angle fore teat length and dewlap surface area were also different across herds (Pless than 0.01).
Scotch Rump Steak makes a terrific base for the family favourite meal, and is the perfect ingredient for you to experiment with flavours and turn up the heat in the kitchen.
It includes a whopping 900g (over 32oz) Tomahawak steak which is the equivalent of nearly four average rump steaks.
To celebrate the occasion,Aldiis selling a massive 28oz rump steak, that's being dubbed bigger than the brand's famous Big Daddy.