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|Look up carcass or carcase in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
Carcass or Carcase (both pronounced /'kɑːrkəs/) may refer to:
- Dressed carcass, the body of a livestock animal ready for butchery, after removal of skin, visceral organs, head, feet etc
- Animal carcass, the dead body of an animal
- The structural system or frame of a structure, especially one not normally seen
Arts and entertainment
- Carcass (projectile), a type of incendiary ammunition designed to be fired from a cannon
- HMS Carcass, three ships of the Royal Navy
- Carcass, in the US Navy, a repairable component that is Depot Level Repairable (DLR), but Not Ready-For-Issue (NRFI)
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