poaching

  1. cooking in simmering liquid
  2. hunt illegally
  3. cook in a simmering liquid

Poaching

Poaching has traditionally been defined as the illegal hunting, killing or capturing of wild animals, usually associated with land use rights. Until the 20th century, mostly impoverished peasants poached for subsistence purposes, thus supplementing a scarce diet. By contrast, stealing domestic animals such as cattle raiding is considered theft, no...
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poaching

(from the article `boiling`) ...is commonly used to prepare milk for breads and custards. At just above the scalding temperature, water begins to circulate visibly and to shiver; ...
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Poaching

(in doubles) an aggressive move where the player at net moves to volley a shot intended for his/her
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Poaching

(in doubles) an aggressive move where the player at net moves to volley a shot intended for his/her partner
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poaching

[n] - cooking in simmering liquid
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Poaching

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Poach
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poaching

noun cooking in simmering liquid
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Poaching

[snowboarding] Poaching originally refers to the act of illegally snowboarding at a resort where snowboards are explicitly prohibited. Poaching is intended as a form of protest against what snowboarders view as segregation and can be seen as a form of civil disobedience. Very few resorts continue to ban snowboarders. By definition, poaching...
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Poaching

an aggressive strategy in doubles where the tennis player at net attempts to volley a shot hit to their partner on the baseline.
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Poaching

Cooking food in an open pan covered with simmering, seasoned liquid.
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Poaching

Damage caused to grassland when animals churn up the fields during wet weather.
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Poaching

Damage caused to grassland when animals churn up the fields during wet weather.
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Poaching

Damage to grass and soil caused by excessive animal treading in wet weather particularly round feeders etc.
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poaching

Illegal hunting of game and fish on someone else's property. Since the creation of hunting grounds in the early Middle Ages, poaching has attracted heavy punishments. Deterrents have included...
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poaching

Illegal hunting of game and fish on someone else's property. Since the creation of hunting grounds in the early Middle Ages, poaching has attracted heavy punishments. Deterrents have included special laws including the Night Poaching Act 1828 and the Game Act 1831. The battle of wits between gamekeepers and local poachers is part of English fol...
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poaching

Illegal taking of wildlife
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Poaching

Illegal taking of wildlife.
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Poaching

Illegal taking of wildlife.
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Poaching

Illegal taking of wildlife.
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Poaching

Illegally killing an animal.
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poaching

In doubles, an aggressive move where the player at the net moves to volley a shot intended for his/her partner.
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poaching

in law, the shooting, trapping, or taking of game or fish from private property or from a place where such practices are specially reserved or ... [7 related articles]
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poaching

poaching: see cooking.
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poaching

taking game illegally
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