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gut pile

gut pile
 n.— «Basically, people who dump deer carcasses by the road are pulling the food chain to the side of the road.…The ethical place for what is commonly called a “gut pile” is in the woods, off the trail and away from a stream.» —“‘Slob hunting’ an eyesore” by Joel Banner Baird News Leader (Staunton, Virginia) Nov. 30, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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