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Hen,

in the Bible, man who was to have a memorial in the temple.

What does it mean when you dream about a hen?

The hen symbolizes gossip and calamity as well as being annoyingly pecked at by a person or a situation (“henpecked”).

hen

[hen]
(vertebrate zoology)
The female of several bird species, especially gallinaceous species.

hen

1. the female of any bird, esp the adult female of the domestic fowl
2. the female of certain other animals, such as the lobster
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There was no way they were going to let me get away without having a hen party, so within a couple of hours of the flight being cancelled, they had found accommodation in Liverpool and transport to get us there.
Speaking to the ECHO about their hen party drama, 38-year-old Lindsay said the group booked a stay in the Shankly Hotel, with make-overs and meals costing nearly [pounds sterling]4,500 for the weekend.
DAUGHTER TO HEN PARTY h " After her release from Askham Grange Prison near York, Andrews moved to a southern coastal town - which cannot be named for legal reasons
2) The hen party is a more recent, predominantly urban phenomenon, now enjoying unprecedented popularity.
I'd seen that the Sealife Centre was offering hen party packages and thought why can't we do that?
Five minutes later, and another hen party paraded by, and then another.
As part of efforts to produce and stock more hen party accessories, Hen Party Superstore has expanded their warehouse and office working space.
It was supposed to last the hen party the whole weekend, but it was all gone the next morning and the nightclub was asked to helicopter out 30 more crates, each containing six bottles.
There it was, in black and white, that missing link, that final ingredient: race six on yesterday's card - the Hen Party Heaven at Festival Handicap Hurdle.
Apparently the hack had it on very good authority that some eyebrow-raising shenanigans went on at Stringfellows during telly presenter Jane Moore's hen party.
The business model of the applicants is based predominantly on the stag and hen party market.
Recently wed Kirsty, 27, of West Lothian, was part of a hen party in April.