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kluh king

  • n  the sound made by a hen (as in calling her chicks)
  • v  make a clucking sounds, characteristic of hens
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  • Sergio Garcia heckled with shouts of 'Fried Chicken!' at U.S. Open
    Loading... Roger Maltbie added that there were some more "not kind" words for Sergio when he played his second shot in to No. 11. Moments later, as his par putt on No. 14 was tracking towards the hole, there was a quite audible clucking noise emanating from the crowd that NBC's broadcast picked up.
    June 15, 2013 -
  • Wilton teen starts free-range poultry businessPublished June 15, 2013
    WILTON — Sam Reed heard opportunity knocking. Or, more accurately, he heard it clucking and quacking.
    June 15, 2013 - The Saratogian
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    Often culturally glamorized for establishment bucking, innovative musical clucking and free-spirited…lovemaking, the hippie movement of the 70s had a darker edge that tends to be glossed over.
    June 8, 2013 - The Reader

  • Brett Geeves in The Age
    In his post following the MCG match, Geeves wrote: "One run - One (multiple expletives) run. The words I'm thinking of rhyme with Clucking Bell."
  • Trevor Immelman in San Francisco Chronicle
    A loud cluck-clucking sound always accompanies the appearance of attack ads. From the same pious chorus of academics, journalists, ex-politicians-turned-statesmen and other self-appointed custodians of the nation's moral compass come denunciations... Jeffrey Simpson Globe and Mail Jan 30, 2007 18788 26374 clue I have no clue how the ball stayed up there," Immelman said. "But obviously, I'm thankful."

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