Carcass

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Carcass may refer to:

  • Non-scientific term for the body of a dead human or other animal. See also carrion (flesh).
  • 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)
  • Carcass is a historical term used in timber framing for the standing framework before it is covered with sheathing, the bare framing.

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