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Images Dated 14th February 2006

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Cuts of beef Featured 14 Feb 2006 Image

Cuts of beef

Cuts of beef. Computer artwork illustrating primal and subprimal cuts of beef and their names. Primal cuts (shown with black dotted lines), are large areas of muscle sold to wholesale meat retailers. These are then divided and sold to the consumer as smaller cuts, known as subprimal cuts (shown with white dotted lines)

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Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (1802-1873), British painter, 19th century. Artist: W Holl Featured 14 Feb 2006 Image

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (1802-1873), British painter, 19th century. Artist: W Holl

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (1802-1873), British painter, 19th century. Landseer was well known for his paintings of animals - particularly horses, dogs and stags. The best known of Landseer's works, however, are sculptures - the lions in Trafalgar Square, London

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Edmund Cartwright, (1743-1823), British clergyman and inventor of the power loom, Artist: J Thomson Featured 14 Feb 2006 Image

Edmund Cartwright, (1743-1823), British clergyman and inventor of the power loom, Artist: J Thomson

Edmund Cartwright, British clergyman and inventor of the power loom, 19th century. In 1785, Cartwright (1743-1823) invented the mechanical loom, the first machine to make practical the weaving of wide cotton cloth. This became known as the parent of the modern power loom. Cartwright also invented a wool combing machine in 1789; a steam engine which used alcohol as fuel in 1797; and he assisted Robert Fulton with his experiments to develop steam navigation

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