Beef

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Sliced beef.

Beef is a type of meat. Beef comes from cows. There are different kinds of beef. Beef is quite popular in Argentina and the United States. Beef derives from the German word 'beife', meaning grazing beast. In the faith of Hinduism, it is forbidden to eat beef. Although Sikhs can eat beef, Sikhs in India do not eat beef out of respect for Hindus.

Beef can also mean a rivalry or feud between people in slang.

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