Carcass

Carcass may refer to:

  • Cadaver of a human (pejorative), or carrion of an animal.
  • Carcass (band), a death metal/grindcore band
  • Carcass (projectile), a type of incendiary ammunition designed to be fired from a cannon
  • HMS Carcass, three ships of the Royal Navy
  • Carcass Island, one of the Falkland Islands
  • Carcass (furniture), the body or trunk of furniture such as cabinets, or the part of a piece of furniture that holds inlays
  • Carcass (G.I. Joe), a fictional character
  • In the analysis of the manufacture and/or composition of a tire, the network of cords which give the tire its shape is known as a tire carcass (or, in the case of radial tires, as a radial carcass).
  • Carcass (repairable item), In the US Navy, a retrograde Depot Level Repairable (DLR) item that is Not Ready-For-Issue (NRFI)

Other articles related to "carcass":

Carcass (projectile) - Composition
... composition of the flammable material used in a carcass, 18th century philosopher Christian Wolff prescribed 10 parts of pounded gunpowder, 2 of nitre, 1 of sulfur, and 1 of colophony or 6 of gunpowder ... one at one extreme, near the aperture at which the carcass was to be fired, and the other at the other ... Carcass shells as used by the Royal Navy from the 18th to the 19th centuries were filled with a mixture of saltpeter, sulfur, rosin, sulfide of antimony ...
Best Of Carcass
... Best of Carcass is a 2 disc compilation album from the band Carcass ... Released on the Japanese label Toy's Factory in 1997 ...
American Carrion Beetle - Lifecycle
... daylight, a few hours after flies begin arriving at a carcass, the adult beetles will arrive as well ... As long as the carcass lasts, the adults will remain eating competitors to give their own larvae a chance to eat and grow ... Upon hatching from the eggs, the larvae will eat both the carcass and other larvae that are within it ...
Michael Amott/Comments - Discography - Carcass
... Necroticism - Descanting the Insalubrious (1991) Tools of the Trade (1992, EP) Heartwork (1993) Wake up and Smell the.. ... Carcass (1996) ...

Famous quotes containing the word carcass:

    I am sure my bones would not rest in an English grave, or my clay mix with the earth of that country. I believe the thought would drive me mad on my death-bed could I suppose that any of my friends would be base enough to convey my carcass back to her soil. I would not even feed her worms if I could help it.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)

    The character of the logger’s admiration is betrayed by his very mode of expressing it.... He admires the log, the carcass or corpse, more than the tree.... What right have you to celebrate the virtues of the man you murdered?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)