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From Middle English bocherie, from Old French. See butcher for more.
butch + -ery
The equid bones will be measured and examined for traces of human butchery under a low power binocular microscope.
A longer day would have been only a prolonged butchery.
There is such a thing as homicidal mania, or love of butchery in the abstract.
Some of the subjects covered presently include butchery, dairy production, food hygiene, food labeling and microbiology.
This traditional butchery prides itself on its personal service and commitment to old fashioned values.
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