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meat diaper
 n.— «For instance, a peptide-dye conjugate sandwiched between two membranes could be placed in diapers on which chicken, pork or meat rest in packages. The biosensor would offer consumers an easy-to-comprehend visual signal for freshness. Moreover, these types of bio-sensors could be laser jet-printed onto poultry or meat diapers.» —“A Biosensor for Food Freshness” ECI Biotech (Worcester, Massachusetts) Jan. 9, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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