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Theodore Tate never forgot his first crime scene—ten-year-old Jessica found dead in “the Laughterhouse,” an old abandoned slaughterhouse with the S painted over. The killer was found and arrested. Justice was served. [Jr was it?

Author: Paul Cleave

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781451677959

Category: Fiction

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When a killer arrives in Christchurch, kidnapping Dr. Stanton and his three young daughters, private detective Theodore Tate must find the connection between the killer, "the Laughterhouse," an abandoned slaughterhouse with the "S" painted over, and the city's growing murder rate.
2012-08-21 By Paul Cleave

Both historical and legal scholarship ignores the very title of the legislation , so that the animals killed within the slaughterhouse recede to a second , rhetorical death . When the animals are discussed it is chiefly through metaphor ...

Author: Paula Young Lee

Publisher: UPNE

ISBN: 1584656980

Category: History

Page: 328

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This title offers an interdisciplinary look at the rise of the slaughterhouse in 19th-century Europe and the Americas. Over the course of this period, the factory slaughterhouse replaced the hand slaughter of animals by individual butchers. A wholly modern invention, the municipal slaughterhouse was a political response to public concerns.
2008 By Paula Young Lee

At the slaughterhouse level it means that all animals intended for slaughter should be adequately marked to enable the competent authority to determine their origin. To improve the hygiene and welfare level on the farms, the farmer's ...

Author: Thimjos Ninios

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118525845

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Meat inspection, meat hygiene and official control tasks in the slaughterhouse have always been of major importance in the meat industry, and are intimately related with animal diseases and animal welfare. The history of meat inspection has largely been a success story. Huge steps have been taken over more than a century to prevent the transmission of pathogenic organisms and contagious diseases from animals to humans. Various factors influence the quality and safety of meat including public health hazards (zoonotic pathogens, chemical substances and veterinary drugs), animal health and welfare issues during transport and slaughter. Meat inspection is one of the most important programs in improving food safety, and its scope has enlarged considerably over the last decades. Globalization has affected the complexity of the modern meat chain and has provided possibilities for food fraud and unfair competition. During the last two decades many food fraud cases have been reported, which have caused concern among consumers and the industry. Subsequently meat inspection is faced with new challenges. Meat Inspection and Control in the Slaughterhouse is an up-to-date reference book that responds to these changes and reflects the continued importance of meat inspection for the food industry. The contributors to this book are all international experts in the areas of meat inspection and the official controls limited to slaughterhouses, providing a rare insight into the international meat trade. This book will be of importance to students, professionals and members of the research community worldwide who aim to improve standards of meat inspection procedures and food safety.
2014-06-11 By Thimjos Ninios

Rumpff , the Illinois Supreme Court invalidates an ordinance establishing a municipal slaughterhouse on grounds of monopoly . 1868 ( April ) Reconstructed Louisiana legislature is elected . 1868 ( July ) Fourteenth Amendment is ratified ...

Author: Ronald M. Labbé

Publisher: Landmark Law Cases & American

ISBN: IND:30000107667838

Category: History

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"The rough-and-tumble world of nineteenth-century New Orleans was a sanitation nightmare, with the city's slaughterhouses dumping animal remains into local backwaters. When Louisiana authorized a monopoly slaughterhouse to bring about sanitation reform, hundreds of independent butchers sued, framing their cases as an infringement of rights protected by the recently passed Fourteenth Amendment. The surviving cases that reached the U.S. Supreme Court pitted the butchers' right to labor against the state's "police power" to regulate public health. The result in 1873 was a controversial 5-4 decision that for the first time addressed the meaning and import of the Fourteenth Amendment. While ruling that Louisiana had legitimately exercised its powers, the Court's majority went much further to declare that the amendment - and its "due process" and "equal protection" clauses - applied exclusively to the plight of former slaves and, thus, were unavailable to any other American."--BOOK JACKET.

dare tell her about the slaughterhouse, she'd think I was crazy. Maybe she thought that already. Maybe I was. “That used to be a slaughterhouse,” she said, pointing out the window. Did she read my mind? “Oh . . . uh, what cards do you ...

Author: R. D. Amundson

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781475970876

Category: Fiction

Page: 370

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Photojournalist Joseph James is saved from the jaws of a grizzly by an old man in the mountains of Montana. The man calls himself Truman Struck, and he seems relieved to meet Joseph. Truman has a story to tell, and who better to tell than a journalist? Back in Truman’s cabin, the story begins, and Joseph can hardly believe what he hears. As a young man, Truman was sentenced to a Montana prison for driving under the influence. Because of his background in science, he is chosen to assist GED teacher Laura Whitherby. He enjoys working with Laura, but he is haunted both by strange dreams and by a building outside his barred window that used to be a slaughterhouse. Soon, with the help of Native American inmate Medicine Horse, Truman learns of an ancient prophecy that involves a link between Laura and himself. Their ancestral histories intertwine, and together they have been chosen to fight a dark force known as I LIVE that hides beneath the nearby mountain. Supernatural foes stand in their way, though, as the Dark One seeks Truman’s death. How can two mere humans battle monsters of the spirit realm? The Prophecy holds the key, and journalist Joseph James is about to learn the true power of darkness.
2013-02-12 By R. D. Amundson

... from what it is into a bawd, than the force of honesty can transform beauty into his likeness.'” “Shakespeare,” Desmond said, shaking his head and smiling, “was only joking, you know, only joking.” | - - 256 The Slaughterhouse Informer.

Author: Edward Hyams

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ISBN: IOWA:31858004905331

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1955 By Edward Hyams

The water slaughterhouse . was in every case efficiently filtered before delivery . 2. - Lairs for cattle in connection with the The unfiltered water , taken chiefly from the slaughterhouse should not be within 100 feet of a River Lea ...

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:CU06231217

Category: Municipal engineering

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Both these locations were years junior to the Slaughterhouse location , which passed to patent in 1871 . Moreover the Josephine vein united with the Slaughterhouse vein only 467 feet below the surface , and more than 300 feet before the ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433009471586

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Both these locations were years junior to the Slaughterhouse location , which passed to patent in 1871. Moreover the Josephine vein united with the Slaughterhouse vein only 467 feet below the surface , and more than 300 feet before the ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:HL5LO3

Category: Appellate courts

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Both these locations were years junior to the Slaughterhouse location , which passed to patent in 1871 . Moreover the Josephine vein united with the Slaughterhouse vein only 467 feet below the surface , and more than 300 feet before the ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951D02286927Z

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

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Includes cases argued and determined in the District Courts of the United States and, Mar./May 1880-Oct./Nov. 1912, the Circuit Courts of the United States; Sept./Dec. 1891-Sept./Nov. 1924, the Circuit Courts of Appeals of the United States; Aug./Oct. 1911-Jan./Feb. 1914, the Commerce Court of the United States; Sept./Oct. 1919-Sept./Nov. 1924, the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia.
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