Rabbit refers to a domesticated lagamorph of the genus Orctolagus Cuniculus. Some of the meat sold fresh or frozen in the grocery store is a domesticated animal from the rabbit family. The meat is finely textured and almost all white. Choosing a small, younger rabbit, in the range of 2 to 3 pounds, will provide a more tender and mild flavored meat.

Rabbit a small plug that is run through a flow line by pressure to clean the line or test for obstructions

See also:
"Rabbit" is in the NAICS Code "112930"
(Fur-Bearing Animal and Rabbit ProductionRabbit production)

Ref: 86258/2006-09-13


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Lexicon from 'Rabbit' until 'roof area'
Lexicon from 'Rabbit' until 'roof area '


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