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fowl

  • n  a domesticated gallinaceous bird thought to be descended from the red jungle fowl
  • n  the flesh of a bird or fowl (wild or domestic) used as food
  • v  hunt fowl
  • v  hunt fowl in the forest

  • For centuries, Guangdong province has had the world's largest concentration of humans, pigs and fowl living in close proximity, explaining why many influenza outbreaks can be .
  • A mediator appointed by Mayor LaGuardia recommended that plombes (lead seals) be attached to kosher fowl as they are to kosher meats; that a tax of iff per fowl be levied to .
  • The eggs that the female fur-fowl lays are soft-shelled like the eggs of a turtle or a snake, but, instead of being round or elliptical in shape, the fur-fowl eggs are hexahedral.
News & Articles

  • Feathers ruffled when request for chickens denied
    Roseboro commissioners maintain no fowl in town ordinace
    June 13, 2013 - Sampson Independent
  • People make the Great River Road complete
    LYNXVILLE — A drive along Wisconsin’s Great River Road reveals steep bluffs, several species of water fowl and, of course, the Mississippi River. The drive provides stunning views and offers a topography more grandiose than a trip along the Wisconsin River. But here’s a tip to elevate your experience along Highway 35 on our state’s western river bank: Get out of your car or off your motorcycle ...
    June 10, 2013 - La Crosse Tribune
  • People make the Great River Road complete
    LYNXVILLE — A drive along Wisconsin’s Great River Road reveals steep bluffs, several species of water fowl and, of course, the Mississippi River. The drive provides stunning views and offers a topography more grandiose than a trip along the Wisconsin River. But here’s a tip to elevate your experience along Highway 35 on our state’s western river bank: Get out of your car or off your motorcycle ...
    June 10, 2013 - La Crosse Tribune
Quotes

  • Edward Winslow in Rocky Mountain News
    Our harvest being gotten in,Edward Winslow wrote Dec. 11, 1621, in a letter sent to London by ship, "our governor sent four men on fowling . . . they four in one day killed as much fowl, as with a little help beside, served the company...
  • Michael Chertoff in People's Daily Online
    Chertoff said he "certainly have to say that we should be prepared for the possibility that at some point in the next few months, a wild fowl will come over the migratory pathway and will be infected with H5N1."

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