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Spell check of pork

Correct spelling: pork

hot dog, flesh, poultry, politics, meat, roast, pork chop, loin chop, porterhouse steak, flank, duck, smoked sausage, hamburger, goose, chicken, crabmeat, ground beef, Canadian bacon, ham hock, rump roast, filet mignon, back, lamb, cutlet, hock, wiener, tenderloin, T-bone steak, liver, minute steak, sirloin steak, roast beef, chop, crab, turkey, shoulder, spareribs, brisket, veal, sirloin, horseflesh, fillet, ribs, loin chops, porc, dark meat, beef, crown roast, plate, ham, shank, spoil, kidney, pork barrel, mutton, bacon, frankfurter, loin, jowl, meat loaf, lamb chop, patronage, venison, tripe, sausage, pot roast, meat pie.

Examples of usage:

1) He did not, however, know what particular objects in it conveyed that impression, for the whole room seemed to be swinging up and down; but he was definitely conscious of a comforting smell of coffee and pork, which came from the stove. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) The girl set a cup of coffee, as well as some pork and potatoes, before him. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) Hall raised a fragment of half- raw pork upon his fork. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.