back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked; usually sliced thin and fried
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)
English statesman and philosopher; precursor of British empiricism; advocated inductive reasoning (1561-1626)
Bacon is a cured meat prepared from a pig. It is first cured using large quantities of salt, either in a brine or in a dry packing; the result is fresh bacon (also green bacon). Fresh bacon may then be further dried for weeks or months (usually in cold air), boiled, or smoked. ...
Bacon, sometimes called American Euchre, is a trick-taking card game which resembles a simplified version of Euchre. ...
Bacon is a town and commune in the department of Akoupé, in the Region of Agnéby in the south of Côte d'Ivoire.
Bacn (pronounced "bacon") is email which has been subscribed to and is therefore not unsolicited, but is often not read by the recipient for a long period of time, if at all. Bacn has been described as "email you want but not right now."
* Anthony Bacon (industrialist) (1718–1786), English Industrialist * Anthony Bacon (British Army officer) (1796-1864), cavalry officer during the Napoleonic wars * Albion Fellows Bacon (1865-1933), American reformer and writer. ...
Cured meat from the sides, belly, or back of a pig, particularly, or sometimes other animals; Thin slices of the above in long strips
Slang for scabs, cuts, scars and other scrapes and abrasions from crashing. See also: road rash.
n. scabs on a rider's knees, elbows, or other body parts.
Any certain cut of meat taken from the sides, belly or back of a pig that may be cured and/or smoked.
a fabricated cut of the pork carcass, cut from the sides and belly; consists of fat interspersed with strands of meat; it is salted and/or smoked, available sliced or in a slab.
smoky essence that may indicate oxidation
Francis. Called for the collection and study of monsters as errors or deviations of Nature. [This entry will be developed]
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.
A thin sheet of dripstone hanging from the roof or wall of a cave, translucent and with alternating coloured bands.
English bacon is exactly the same as Canadian bacon. If you want American-style bacon, ask for “streaky bacon”. An individual piece of bacon is called a rasher, so if you’d like some more bacon, ask for “another rasher” instead of “another piece”.
Very rough, hazardous road surface conditions.
Meaning to save one’s self from injury. To save one's bacon.
a thin formation of drip stone that is usually semi-translucent. the bands of color resemble bacon.
“The duty and office of Rhetoric is to apply Reason to Imagination for the better moving of the will” (629).
The sides, breast, and back portions of pig, salted and smoked. A good bacon piece should have a thin white fat. A piece with yellowish fat should be avoided.
(1561-1626) Francis Bacon was an English philosopher and essayist. Author of Novum Organum (1620), he argued that faith and reason are absolutely separate.
is a good omen indicating that any type of dullness in your life is likely to dissolve in the near future.