• lamb chops
  • ラムチョップ,子羊の骨付きあばら肉
  • As a result, the pelican came to symbolise the Passion of Jesus and the Eucharist, and usurped the image of the lamb and the flag.
  • Wikipedia: Pelican
  • Christ is also portrayed as the Sacrificial lamb of God (Agnus Dei) and Easter celebrations in Greece and Romania traditionally feature a meal of Paschal lamb.
  • Wikipedia: Sheep
  • Common Ravens can cause damage to crops, such as nuts and grain, or can harm livestock, particularly by killing young goat kids, lambs and calves.
  • Wikipedia: Common Raven
  • In 1991–92 sheep and lamb numbers in the region were close to 7 million and there were 500,000 meat cattle.
  • Wikipedia: Riverina
  • In common with the other Orkney islands, Shapinsay is fertile agricultural land, with farms specialising in beef and lamb which export thousands of cattle and sheep annually.
  • Wikipedia: Shapinsay
  • In Nevada in 1992, cougars were confirmed to have killed 9 calves, 1 horse, 4 foals, 5 goats, 318 sheep and 400 lambs.
  • Wikipedia: Cougar
  • Many of the hunters killed the Bald Eagles under the long-held mistaken beliefs that Bald Eagles grabbed young lambs and even children with their talons.
  • Wikipedia: Bald Eagle
  • Mutton and lamb were fairly common, especially in areas with a sizeable wool industry, as was veal.
  • Wikipedia: Medieval cuisine
  • The household's shepherds would kiss over it to ensure an abundance of lambs in the coming year.
  • Wikipedia: Badnjak (Serbian)
  • The stream's course leads Olivero to a mill, where through a lighted window he sees a woman tied to a chair, forced by the miller to drink the blood of a freshly slaughtered lamb.
  • Wikipedia: The Green Child
  • The various meats that were consumed included pork, chicken, lamb (especially preferred in the north), sea otter, bear (which was hard to catch, but there were recipes for steamed, boiled, and marinated bear), and even Bactrian camels.
  • Wikipedia: Tang Dynasty
  • They decided to stop consuming meat after Paul saw lambs in a field as they were eating a meal of lamb.
  • Wikipedia: Paul McCartney
  • They were used for storing peat, nets, grain, preserved flesh and eggs, manure, and hay, and as a shelter for lambs in winter.
  • Wikipedia: St Kilda, Scotland
  • This belief was so deeply ingrained that the reintroduction of condors to the Grand Canyon was challenged by some cattle ranchers, who mistakenly believed that the bird hunted calves and lambs.
  • Wikipedia: California Condor