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- Coronavirus: Why disabled people are calling for a Covid-19 inquiry
Wheelchair-user Ginny Butcher
says disabled people in the UK have been abandoned during the pandemic.
BBC News. Saturday, 4 Jul 2020.
- Summer grilling: Simple beef swaps from a butcher and meat scientist
Nothing tastes like summer more than a juicy burger or steak.
Fox News. Friday, 3 Jul 2020.
- Do press-ups really mean you're 'fit as a butcher's dog'?
One of the most striking pictures of the weekend was the sight of the Prime Minister prone on the floor of his Downing Street office doing press-ups. But are they really the key to fitness?
Daily Mail. Monday, 29 Jun 2020.
- British PM Boris Johnson does pushups as he preps UK recovery plan, claims he's 'fit as a butcher's dog'
The prime minister displayed his physical health in response to criticisms and rumors of poor health.
Fox News. Sunday, 28 Jun 2020.
- Dozens of dogs to be butchered on order at a Chinese live animal market are rescued
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Thirty dogs waiting to be butchered on order at a market in Nanning, China's Guangxi Province, were rescued this week. They are on their way to a shelter.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 25 Jun 2020.
- 'Breeding ground for a pandemic': Dog meat still on sale in China
Dogs are still being butchered and sold for meat in markets in Yulin, southern China, despite central government reclassifying them as companions, not livestock.
Sky News. Sunday, 21 Jun 2020.
- Cuban dons full-body cardboard shield against coronavirus
Ever since the novel coronavirus reached Cuba, a tall cardboard box with arms and legs can be seen tottering around a Havana suburb, popping into the bakery or butchers, or browsing the newspaper stand.
Reuters. Thursday, 18 Jun 2020.
- Butchers return to Barnstaple's Butchers Row 'symbolic'
Row in Barnstaple was once only populated by shops selling meat.
BBC News. Thursday, 4 Jun 2020.
- Uptick in home cooking has patrons heading to local butcher
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - March and April traditionally are slow months for Iverstine Farms Butcher, but that changed when the coronavirus pandemic forced people to self-quarantine. ...
Washington Times. Saturday, 9 May 2020.
- Amid fears of meat shortage, customers turn to local butchers and farms
Now that chains like Costco and Mariano's limiting the amount of meat customers can purchase, many customers are turning to local butchers
ABC News. Wednesday, 6 May 2020.
- Shoppers wait hours outside West Loop butcher shop amid concerns of COVID-19 affecting food supply
Shoppers waited hours in the rain Wednesday morning to stock up on meat amid concerns COVID-19 might cause a shortage.
ABC News. Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020.
- How one butcher is "reimagining" the future of her small business
After losing 45% of her business, Primal Supply Meats founder Heather Thomason was forced to pivot hard in 72 hours.
CBS News. Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020.
- Philadelphia butcher shop takes on unconventional and sustainable business model
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to devastate small businesses across the U.S., a craft butcher
shop in Philadelphia is feeling the impact. Primal Supply Meats says it lost 45% of its business overnight due to restaurant closures. ...
CBS News. Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020.
- Christmas carols get butchered by AI - CNET
How's this for lyrics? "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, was the best sleigh in all of Nantucket..."
CNET. Tuesday, 24 Dec 2019.
- Upscale Butcher Shop Suggests Romans Were More Widespread in Britain Than Previously Thought
The animal remains at Ipplepen are part of mounting evidence that Roman influence stretched deep into Devon
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 18 Sep 2019.
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