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The wildlife department issued a good number of licences to peacock breeders.
Peacock began in a modest manner few years back with a small range of spices.
of Lowell, chaired the search committee that selected Peacock, who is the senior vice president of government relations for the University of California system, over six candidates who were interviewed.
The peacock bass is actually not a bass at all; it is in the cichlid family.
Bosses at Peacocks, which already has a base at West Orchards Shopping Centre, say the new shop will open on Thursday, May 14.
Killing a peacock is strictly prohibited and as per Section 51( 1- A), it attracts imprisonment that may extend to seven years and a fine not less than ` 10,000.
Judge Peacock was elected to the bench in November 2006 and has been assigned to the Family Law and Juvenile Dependency divisions.
In Pakistan, keeping a peacock as a pet is regarded as a sign of affluence.
UNSECURED creditors to retailer Peacocks, which collapsed with debts of more than pounds 700m, can only expect a very small return - administrators have confirmed.
It only took 338 of the Peacocks stores out of administration, leaving 224 in the hand of administrators KPMG, who also confirmed yesterday that senior secured lenders (owed pounds 133m) were unlikely to get a full recovery.
Peacocks can trace its history back to Warrington, in Cheshire, in 1884 when Albert Frank Peacock founded Peacock's Penny Bazaar.
Bonmarche, also owned by The Peacock Group, which employs 3,800 staff and operates some 394 stores, has not yet entered administration but filed a notice of intention to appoint administrators on Monday.