Bacon

Bacon is a cut of meat taken from the sides, belly, or back of a pig that has been cured, smoked, or both
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Bacon

Bacon is a meat product prepared from a pig and usually cured. It is first cured using large quantities of salt, either in a brine or in a dry packing; the result is fresh bacon (also known as green bacon). Fresh bacon may then be further dried for weeks or months in cold air, or it may be boiled or smoked. Fresh and dried bacon is typically cooke...
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bacon

[n] - English Franciscan monk and scientist who stressed the importance of experimentation 2. [n] - English statesman and philosopher 3. [n] - back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked
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Bacon

• (n.) The back and sides of a pig salted and smoked; formerly, the flesh of a pig salted or fresh.
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Bacon

noun English scientist and Franciscan monk who stressed the importance of experimentation; first showed that air is required for combustion and first used lenses to correct vision (1220-1292)
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bacon

noun back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked; usually sliced thin and fried
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Bacon

[card game] Bacon, sometimes called American Euchre, is a trick-taking card game which resembles a simplified version of Euchre. It differs from Euchre in that it uses a full 52-card Anglo-American deck, has a slightly modified scoring system and trump selection system, uses a normalized card ordering to make it easier to learn, and adds th...
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Bacon

Ba'con noun [ Old French bacon , from Old High German bacho , bahho , flitch of bacon, ham; akin to English back . Confer Back the back side.] The back and sides of a pig salted and smoked; formerly, the flesh of a pig salted or fresh. Bacon beetle (Zoolo...
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bacon

a side of a pig that, after removal of the spare ribs, is cured, either dry or in pickle, and smoked. Some varieties, notably Canadian bacon, are ...
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Bacon

A smoked and cured product made from the meat taken from the back, sides, and belly of pigs. Fat, which gives bacon its sweet flavor and tender crispness should be half to two-thirds of the total weight.
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Bacon

Bacon is a cut of meat taken from the sides, belly, or back of a pig that has been cured, smoked, or both
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Bacon

Bacon is slang for money.
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Bacon

Bacon is the side or back of pork which has been preserved by salting and drying.
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bacon

bacon, flesh of hogs—especially from the sides, belly, or back—that has been preserved by being salted or pickled and then dried with or without wood smoke. Traditionally, the process consisted of soaking the pork in brine or rubbing it in a salt mixture by hand, then smoking the sides i...
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Bacon

Derived from Pigs
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bacon

Slang for scabs, cuts, scars and other scrapes and abrasions from crashing. See also: road rash.
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bacon

The back and sides of a pig salted and smoked; formerly, the flesh of a pig salted or fresh. ... <zoology> Bacon beetle, a beetle (Dermestes lardarius) which, especially in the larval state, feeds upon bacon, woolens, furs, etc. See Dermestes. To save one's bacon, to save one's self or property from harm or less. ... Origin: OF. Bacon, fr. OH...
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Bacon

Type: Term Pronunciation: bā-kŏn Definitions: 1. Harry E., 20th-century U.S. proctologist. See: Bacon anoscope
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